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Mr. Player shows Bob McDonald and Larry Stohl where to find the handle 
on the baseball. 



BASEBALL 

The W.H.S. baseball team turned 
in a commendable performance this 
spring, finishing with fourteen wins and 
five losses. Weymouth beat out second 
place Waltham to take the Suburban 
League Championship but was defeated 
by Stoneham, 5 to 3, in the State tourna- 
ment. Coached by Mr. Player, the 1968 
team had a winning streak of ten games 
and played nine straight games without 
an error. 

The Maroon's pitching staff con- 
sisted of two seniors: Dan Dillon, who 
had two wins, and Ken Wilson, who 
accounted for one win when not playing 
the outfield. Three juniors turned in 
good performances: Mark McGlynn 
was six and one for the season, Larry 
Stohl, five and zero, and Bob McDonald 
worked mainly in relief. 

Sophomore Tom McMahon was 
Weymouth's leading hitter. Ed Wis- 
neski, with a nine game hitting streak, 
Vic Puntiri, and Frank Baldassini were 
all important to Weymouth's splendid 
season. 




The Baseball Team: Front Row (1-r) K. Wilson, D. Powell, V. Puntiri. R. Laniewski, D. Dillon, S. Pierce, L. Stohl. M McGlynn 
Top Row (1-r) Coach Player, B. Guest, F. Baldassini, B. Dempsey, E. Wisneski, B. McDonald, S. Douglas, P. Higgins, M. Mc 
Glynn, S. Montgomery, std. mngr. 



Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 1 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 12 
Weymouth 10 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 2 
Weymouth 3 
Weymouth 4 
Weymouth 6 
Weymouth 1 
Weymouth 8 
Weymouth 3 
Weymouth 7 
State Tournament: 
Weymouth 3 



Watertown 1 
Arlington 1 
Brookline 
Newton South 3 
Newton 3 
Rindge 

Cambridge Latin 
Brockton 3 
Waltham 2 
Watertown 1 
Arlington 1 
Brookline 1 
Newton South 3 
Newton 1 
Rindge 

Cambridge Latin 3 
Brockton 7 
Waltham 1 

Stoneham 5 




Steve, we want a homer! 




Frank Baldassini scoops up a throw while Dave Powell, Bill Dempsey, Vic Puntiri, Bob Guest, Pat Higgins, and Coach Player 
watch his style. 



BOYS' TENNIS 



Early in March, fourteen W.H.S. 
students heralded the arrival of spring 
by dusting off their tennis rackets and 
heading for the courts. First in line was 
Captain Richard Bulman, recipient of 
the 1968 trophy for the outstanding 
player. 

The team did their share of net- 
jumping this year, with a record of ten 
wins and seven losses. Later in the 
season, the Weymouth team entered the 
state tournament, where they compiled 
a record of one win and one loss. 




Bovs' Tennis Team: Top row (1-r) Larry Whitney. Jim Phillips. Dick Bulman. Dave 
Henley. John Scott. Peter Conway. Joe Paone. Mr. Dempsey. Front row (1-r) John 
Boucher, Russ Rennie. Steve LaBonte. Paul Salerno. Bill Gardner, Paul Phillips. Bruce 

Eshner. 



GIRLS' TENNIS 





fee 




Casting off the sluggishness that set 
in with winter, the W.H.S. Girls' Tennis 
Team invaded the courts of suburbia 
winning two of their seven matches and 
tying one. Some of their hard hitting 
opponents included Xotre Dame Acade- 
my. Scituate, Brookline, Xeedham, and 
Rockland. Although the team this year 
lost seniors Lee Fay, Marie Leahy, and 
Joyce Sturgis, next year looks most 
hopeful as the team has six juniors and 
two sophomores returning. 



Talking over upcoming tennis matches are Carolyn Breach. Martha Schleif. 
Terrv Swanson. and Karen Emilson. 



GOLF 



The Weymouth High School Golf 
Team, whose Suburban League oppo- 
nents represent all of eastern Massachu- 
setts, uses the South Shore Country 
Club for all its home games. Although 
spurred on by such able men as Mr. 
Fisher as coach, and Mr. Jannino as 
assistant coach, the young team did not 
enjoy many victories. Since the team 
was comprised of one junior, most valu- 
able player Joe Callahan, and seven 
sophomores, the chances for a very 
successful season next vear are excellent. 




The Golf Team: Top row (1-r) Mr. Fisher, F. Allen, J. Callahan, E. Xalband, 
R. Lowe, R. Balsom. Front row ( 1-r) B. McGroarty, S. Hartry, T. Gentile, and R. 
Karacues. 




AWARDS 

Weymouth High's Annual Awards 
Assembly was held on Thursday, June 
6, at Legion Field. Sophomores, as well 
as juniors and seniors were in attend- 
ance. Guest speakers included Com- 
mander Timms of the United States 
Navy, and Mr. Norman Wright, and 
Mr. Herbert Guinette of the Weymouth 
Athletic Council. Awards were given 
for outstanding achievements in debate, 
science, music, art, and athletics. Awards 
were presented by Mr. Martin, Mr. 
Ghiorse, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Collins, and 
Miss Johnson. 



Mr. Collins presented the Edwin C. Young Memorial Award to Thomas Fugazzi. 



SPRING CONCERT 




Under the direction of Mr. Burke, 
Orchestra; Mr. Burns, Chorus; and Mr. 
Warren, Band; the annual Spring Con- 
cert was held on May 10. Over 300 
musicians, including sophomores, par- 
ticipated. In addition to selections from 
Man of La Mam ha and West Side 
Story, the evening was highlighted by 
the presentation of the National Choral 
Award for outstanding senior contribu- 
tion to chorus, and of the John Philip 
Sousa Award for the outstanding senior 
band member. Winners were Patricia 
Sullivan and Edward Doyle. 



The performance of the Chorus was a highlight of the Spring Concert. 



MARDI 
GRAS 



Holly Sloan reveals the oriental charm ol Japanese Culture. 





The Grecian exhibit had the added style of Larry Smith. 

A unique concept in education was 
presented at Weymouth High this year 
in the form of a Mardi Gras. There 
were booths representing many foreign 
countries with language and social 
studies experts to sell samples of food 
native to each country. All money first 
had to be converted into the currencv 
of the country where a purchase was to 
be made. Music and dancing, repre- 
sentative of some of the countries were 
provided for entertainment. 



GRADUATION DANCE 



Thursday evening, June 6, was an 
important date for the graduating class 
of 1968. The Graduation Dance was 
held in the school cafeteria, transformed 
into a ballroom by the magic of Miss 
Kovac and Mr. Daly. Music was pro- 
vided by Kahuna and the Mooners, a 
group which included five of their class- 
mates. The music, the food (potato 
chips, pretzels, cookies, and coke), and 
the atmosphere contributed to make the 
evening perfect; one that all will re- 
member for many years to come. 




"What's it called?" 




Mr. Daly talks over the situation with Mr. McCarthy. 



Gail Comer and Mark Olson concentrate while Diane Cannon directs traffic. 




SENIOR 
PROM 



Dancing to the music of Ruby New- 
man and his orchestra, the Seniors 
brought to a climax their years at Wey- 
mouth High with the Senior Prom, held 
at the Surf Ballroom in Nantasket. 
Under the guidance of Miss Curran 
and Mr. McCarthy, the crowning of the 
Prom Queen took place. Queen Frances 
Molisse and her king, Malcolm Rennie, 
took their places, and with their class- 
mates enjoyed dinner and the entertain- 
ing performances of the Pilgrims and 
the Techniques. 




Linda Sass and Richard Jablonski crown Mai Rennie and Frances Molisse 
King and Queen of the Prom. 



Leading the Grand March at the Prom are Janice Cavicchi, 
Barbara Dingwall, Frances Molisse, and their escorts. 



Richard Jablonski, Linda Sass, Patricia C.obbett. and Laurence Carver led their classmates. 




Richard Jablonski, Linda Sass, Greg Sammer, Judy Doble, Russell Hunting- 
ton, and Charlene Furlong lead the procession in the crowning of the Prom 
Queen. 




The success of the evening was largely due to the efforts of the Prom Committee. 



SENIOR 
SUPERLATIVES 



With the Senior Superlatives, we 
pay tribute to those seniors who, in one 
way or another and in one direction or 
another, have served as inspirations to 
their classmates and to their teachers. 





Class Wits: Pat Lang, Kevin Lancaster. 




Most Ethereal: Janice Hanson, Robert Gohl. 
Most Sophisticated: Paula Pilato, Ed Diamond. 



Most Theatrical: David Sheehan, Maureen Meskimen. 




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GRADUATION 



HONOR ROLL 



THREE YEAR HIGH HONORS 



Stephen Laurunce Adams 
Duncan White Allen 
Klaus Bernhard Bartels 
Lucille Ann Becker 
Kevin Lee Beggs 
Susan Carol Brenner 



Kathleen Elizabeth Clark 
Kathleen Virginia Daley 
Nancy Dowds 
Mary Lee Fay 
Judith Anne Hosmer 
Diane Louise Maynard 
Kathleen Elizabeth O'Brien 



Paula May Pilato 
Charles Walter Pritchard 
Nancy Edith Sciarappa 
David Francis Sheehan 
Ellen Robin Snow 
Alan Richard Wilson 
Edward William Wisneski 



THREE YEAR HONORS 



Rosemary Adam 
Joyce Lynn Adams 
Janice Marie Bandini 
Elizabeth Anne Barcellos 
Carol Ann Bellino 
Linda Marie Bergfors 
David Walter Bittner 
Linda Marie Bonia 
Pamela June Brackett 
Dorothy Ellen Brown 
Robert Malachy Broydrick 
Donald Howard Burrell 
Laurence Gregory Carver 
Shirley Mae Cesarini 
Paul Gilbert Chebator 
Andrea Mary Cignarella 
Kathryn Mary Cobbett 
Diane Marie Courtney 
Richard Gaylord Crooks 
Richard Gerard Daly 
Ann Marie David 
Robert Jennings Deakin 
Edward Charles Diamond 
Helen Dillon 
Linda Marie DiLorenzo 
Judith Ann Doble 
Joan Elaine Donohue 



Sandra Ann Dzengelewski 
Lawrence Francis Fava, Jr. 
John Anthony Fay ad 
Judith Ann Fernald 
Philip Arthur Fistori III 
Ruth Anne Fogg 
Linda Jean Fryer 
Richard Irving Gough, Jr. 
Karen Haapaoja 
Bonnie Lee Halstead 
Susan Hanian 
Janice Elaine Hanson 
Frances Monica Healey 
Thomas Edward Henehan 
Mary Elizabeth Higgins 
Susan Marie Hoey 
James Eric Iacobucci 
Cherie Cynthia Johnson 
William Stanton Kelly 
Deborah Jayne Ketchen 
Robert Alan Lash 
Kevin Patrick Lavin 
Liga Silvija Liepkalns 
Karen Marie Lothrop 
Thomas Addis Lyons 
Lawrence David Marshall 
Christine Marie McDevitt 



Mary Elizabeth McGaughey 
John Daniel McGillvrey, Jr. 
Janet Linda McKim 
Maureen Ellen Meskimen 
Frances Barbara Molisse 
Philip Roy Moore 
Kathleen Ann Mosher 
Mary Frances Moss 
Robert Edward Neumeier 
Patricia Ann O'Brien 
Daniel Leonard O'Donnell 
Timothy Joseph Orcutt 
Frances Ann Paccioretti 
Sandra Lee Paton 
James Ernest Phillips 
Susan Jane Pollock 
Carol Jean Popowicz 
Marilyn Anne Putney 
John David Roanowicz 
Elizabeth Ann Smith 
Stefan Jewell Smith 
Donald Paul Stephens, Jr. 
Patricia Ann Sullivan 
Joseph Michael Thomas 
Deborah Ann Tirrell 
Richard Paul Tollo 
Jean Marie Wooten 





GRADUATION 

The Grand March of the graduates 
to Legion Field started the impressive 
ceremony. Assembled for the last time, 
the class of 1968 sang "Star Spangled 
Banner," "Somewhere", and "Cross 
of Gray." The shifting of the tassels 
from right to left climaxed the cere- 
mony. Three high honor essayists ad- 
dressed their class. Duncan Allan spoke 
on "The Status of Honesty," Kevin 
Beggs on "The Status of Discipline" 
and Diane Maynard on "The Status of 
Integrity"; pointing out the long road 
toward the different goals in life. 




Sousa Award winner Ed Doyle performed an unusual tuba solo. 



High Honor Essayist Diane Mavnard spoke on "The Status of 
Integrity." 



The Class of 1968 assembled for the last time. 




Proud parents and relatives crowded the bleachers to capacity. 





Class Marshalls: Paula Pilato. Richard Estano. 



A model of organization, the Grand March proceeded with perfect precision. 





Stanley Boc and James Dwyer captured the anticipation of their classmates with their 
rendition of "Something's Coming". 



Kevin Beggs chose "The Status ol Discipline" as 
the topic of his High Honor Essay. 




Once again, Weymouth's basketball team thrilled the Boston 
(harden crowd with their competitive zeal in the Tech 
Tourney. 







i 



Patricia Papps was added 
to the faculty. 





Bruce Emerson was a 
lacultv newcomer. 




Commander Timms presented John Hogan a special award. 

Whose contact lenses? 



Even unto the last moment - teamwork. 




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WER 974.47 WEY 1966 

Weymouth High 

S c hoo 1/Te c h nical H i g h 

WE 



THE DRAMA OF EDUCATION 



Education is the title of our play. 
Throughout our high school years, the 
most formative period of our life, we 
endeavour to strengthen and broaden 
our concepts and ideals. By constant 
perseverence we prepare ourselves for 
the future. Education enables us to de- 
velop fully our personality and to ob- 
tain a better understanding of ourselves. 

Weymouth High School is the setting. 
Large and impressive in architectural 
design, our school offers to its students 
well-equipped classrooms, stud}- halls, 
and laboratories in which to further the 
process of learning. Furthermore, Wey- 
mouth High School presents an oppor- 
tunity for each student to participate in 
varied extra-curricular activities, which 
serve as incentives for his creative tal- 
ents. 



The students are the actors. Each 
student's response when confronted with 
a critical decision holds dramatic signi- 
ficance to him and his future. His life at 
Weymouth High School will determine 
his role as a responsible citizen of the 
community, his country, and the world. 
The faculty, our directors, strive always 
to instill in us a sense of purpose and 
responsibility. Under their guidance we 
better appreciate the value of knowledge. 

The Drama of Education occurs in 
the classroom, on the athletic field, and 
in the community. Only with the inspi- 
ration fostered by this process, can 
learning grow and flourish. Three 
years ago we entered Weymouth High 
School as untested adolescents. Now as 
capable young adults, we emerge pre- 
pared for the future due to our exposure 
to the Drama of Education. 




campus 

WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 
WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 





"Success is often the result of paying 
meticulous attention to many of the 
small details of life." Mr. Gutterson 
manifested this formula for success dur- 
ing the past tw enty-three years as direc- 
tor of the Weymouth High School Guid- 
ance Department. This quotation re- 
flects his enthusiasm for and his un- 
swerving dedication to all students of 
Weymouth High School. Mr. Gutter- 
son had the talent to see each student as 
an individual with unique characteris- 
tics, not just as a folder of statistics. 

His efforts in helping students choose 
their careers and in encouraging them 
to further their education met with con- 
tinual success. For this reason, we the 
members of the 1966 Campus Staff, the 
producers of the presentation, "The 
Drama of Education," cast Mr. Gut- 
terson in the starring role. 



CO 1 , c, 



TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



Introduction 1 

Dedication 4 

Administration and Faculty 6-27 

Retiring Administrators 28 

Staff 29-32 

Athletics 33-59 

Graduates 60-146 

Student Memoriam 147 

Activities 148-181 

Cream of the Crop 182-183 

Highlights 184-188 

Teacher Memoriam 189 

Index 190 

Acknowledgments 191 

Conclusion 192 



AUG. 5 1991 



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ADMINISTRATION 
FACULTY & 
GUIDANCE 



FACULTY INTRODUCTION 

The faculty plays a major role in the 
Drama of Education. In the words of 
Henry Adams, "A teacher affects etern- 
ity. He can never tell when his influence 
stops." 

Each instructor acts as a prompter 
behind the scenes. His coaching enables 
the student to perform admirably under 
the pressures of education. The teacher 
emphasizes to the student the impor- 
tance of applying his knowledge in 
forming his own conclusions. He at- 
tempts to instill in each pupil a sense of 
self-confidence vital in this world of 
competition. 

The faculty also assumes the role of 
director. In this capacity he seriously 
considers the fine points and minute de- 
tails of molding individual character 
traits. In addition, the teacher volun- 
teers constructive criticism along with 
appropriate encouragement. 

By remaining open-minded and intel- 
lectually curious, we, the students, re- 
ward the unselfish efforts of the faculty. 
Definitely these personnel mold the fu- 
ture by offering inspiration and direc- 
tion fundamental to self-education and 
the day when every student will make 
his debut on the stage of adult life. 



ADMINISTRATION 




WALLACE L. WHITTLE 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston University; Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School 

"Do your best to contribute to the solu- 
tion of our many problems. Don't 
become part of them." 




WILLIAM T. KEARNS 

Boston College, Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; Assistant Principal of Weymouth 
High School 

"Others have been successful, you can 
be also ! " 



WILLIAM C. MacDOXALD 

Boston University, Bridgewater, Boston 
College; Principal of Weymouth High 
School Annex; Sophomore Student 
Council, Student Activity Committee 
"Practice yourself, for heaven's sake, in 
little things; and thence proceed to great- 
er." 





JOHN F. COLLINS 

State College at Fitchburg; Vocational 

High School Director 

"By the product the craftsman is 

known." 




FRANCIS X. KELLY 

Boston University, Suffolk University; 
Assistant Principal of Weymouth High 
School 

"With a good conscience, our only sure 
reward, let us go forth to lead the land 
we love." 



PAUL 0. RITCHIE 

Western Maryland College, BostonUni- 
versity; Assistant Principal of Wey- 
mouth High School Annex; Student 
Council 

"Nothing succeeds like success ! " 




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FACULTY 




FRANCES G. ADAMS 

Smith College, The Sorbonne, Univer- 
sity of Grenoble; French; French Club, 
Thoughts of the Day 
"II n'y a pas de methodes faciles pour 
apprendre des choses difficules; l'unique 
methode est de fermer la porte et de 
travailler." 




FRANCIS J. ADAMS 

Boston State, Boston University; Eng- 
lish 

"Speech is a mirror of the soul: as a 
man speaks, so is he." 




PAUL A. ALIAPOULIOS 

University of New Hampshire, Boston 

University; Chorus, Glee Club 

"A life full of music is a life of joy." 




MARY E. ARNOLD 

Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education; Pep Club 
"Give to the world the best you have, 
and the best will come back to you." 




JAMES BAUGHMAN 

Clarion State College; Librarian, High 
School Annex 

"Your future is yours; look into it with 
discernment." 



POLLYANNA AND EM 

Boston LIniversity, Harvard; English; 
Reflector Advisor 

"Be kind; the world needs kindness 
more than anything else." 




ELAINE A. ATEN 

Drixel Institute of Technology; Clothing 
"Do the best vou can throughout vour 
life." 




4. IH 1 1 

DOUGLAS T. BLAKE 

University of New Hampshire; Head of 
Social Studies Department 
"Choose your vocation with care, select 
your college after careful consideration, 
and aim high. Work diligently and 
strive always to do your best." 





BRYANT T. ANDERSON 

Eastern Nazarene College; Drafting 
"If you want to attain your goal, put 
your best foot forward each time." 




ROBERT J. BAMBERGER 

Providence College; Mathematics. His- 
tory 

"Little things affect little minds." 




JAMES F. BOLAND 

Calvin Coolidge College: Sheet Metal 
"Even in the common affairs of life... 
how little security have we when we 
trust our happiness in the hands of 
others." 



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JAMES A. BRIZZI 

Ohio University, Ohio State University; 
History 

"The highest compact we can make with 
our fellow is, — 'Let there be truth be- 
tween us two for evermore.' " 




WILLIAM CAMPBELL 

Suffolk University; Biology 

"It is a characteristic of wisdom not to 

do desperate things." 




JAMES R. CAMPBELL 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 
State College at Bridgewater, Bowdoin; 
Chemistry 

"Few things are impossible to diligence 
and skill." 





JOHN S. BURGESS 

University of Massachusetts; Physical 
Education; Ass't. Football Coach 
"Life is like a game of football; every- 
one gets knocked down, but the one that 
gets up the fastest is the winner ! " 




FRED P. CARLSON 

Boston Teachers College; Carpentry 
"Do it now ! ! ! Not tomorrow." 




JOSEPH F. CARVEN, JR. 

B o wd oin C ollege, B ridgewater State C ol- 
lege; History; Assistant Football Coach 
"To foolish men belongeth a love for 
things afar ! " 



EDWIN O. BURKE 

New England Conservatory of Music; 
Instrumental Music; All Town Orchestra 
"Too late in life we realize the impor- 
tance of time — our greatest friend or 
our worst enemy." 




RICHARD A. CAREY 

Stonehill College; English, Math; J.V. 
Baseball Coach 

"Live each day as though you knew it 
were going to be your last. Do your 
best." 




FRANK N. CAVALLO 

George Washington University, Boston 
University; Physical Education; Assis- 
tant Football Coach 

"The health of nations is more impor- 
tant than the wealth of nations." 




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HENRY J. CENTOLA 

Boston State, Fitchburg State; Cabinet- 
making 

"Training will help create a better life 
and help toward more profitable em- 
ployment." 




WILLIAM E. CLANCY 

Boston College; American History; 
Teachers' Scholarship Fund Committee 
Chairman 

"Always seek that truth which is far be- 
yond mere catchwords and easy slo- 
gans." 




RICHARD W. CLAYTON, JR. 

Harvard, Boston State College; Began 
the year at Weymouth High, but is now 
working for Civil Defense 



JACQUELINE F. CHITTENDEN 

University of Washington; Commercial 
"Give me thy hand; thou has been right- 
ly honest." 




HAROLD E. CLARKE 

State College at Fitchburg; Sheet Metal 
"It matters not how long we live, but 
how." 




PAUL C. CLEAVES 



Dartmouth College, Boston University; 
Director of Department of Audio-Visual 
Instruction; A.V., T.V. Club 
"Education is communication; effective 
communication means progress. Make 
certain that 'They see what you mean 
for a successful future.' " 





STEPHEN J. CHOP, JR. 

Tufts University; Art; Art Advisor for 
Reflector and Campus 
"A study of, and active participation in. 
the field of visual art and design can 
only add greater depth and enjoyment 
to your general education." 




LINDA CLAYTON 

Keuka College; Mathematics 
"The great thing in this world is, not so 
much where we stand, as in what direc- 
tion we are moving." 




WILLIAM L. CONCANNON 



Suffolk University, State College at Bos- 
ton, Boston University, Boston College 
Law School; American History, Eco- 
nomics 

"He who neglects learning in his vouth 
loses the past and is dead for the future." 



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JOYCE M. COOKSEY 

Northeastern University, State College 
at Boston, Emmanuel College, Eastern 
Nazarene College; Chemistry 
"Difficulties bring out one's truecharac- 
ter as darkness brings out the stars." 





DIAN M. CROCKER 

University of Massachusetts, Harvard 
University, Boston University; Debate 
Team Advisor 

"Fellowship in joy, not sympathy in 
sorrow, is what makes friends." 



VIRGINIA M. CULLITY 

Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education 

"Equal parts of hard work and active 
recreation result in the luxury of relaxa- 
tion." 




KATHLEEN M. CURRAN 

Boston College; Shorthand, Typing 
"Character is destiny." 




W ILLIAM A. DEMPSEY, JR. 

LTniversity of Vermont; Problems of 
Democracy; Hockey and Tennis Coach 
"Approach each school day with the 
attitude that getting an education is the 
most important task vou will ever un- 
dertake." 





TIMOTHY F. DALY 

Boston College, Brown University; Phy- 
sics; Key Club 

"Do you understand this mathematical 
development?" 




ARTHUR DICKINSON 

Boston University; French; French Club 
Advisor 

"Shallow men believe in luck." 



JOHN K. DELAHUNT 

University of Massachusetts, Calvin 
Coolidge College; Biology 
"Strength is the secret of success." 




RONALD DilGRAVK) 

Purdue University; Physical Education; 

Ass't. Football Coach 

"Ignorance never settles a question." 




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RITA M. DLMENT 

Emmanuel College, Simmons College; 
Librarian; Library Club 
"The library would like to serve you 
better. We welcome your suggestions." 




MARY L. DOUCETTE 

Emmanuel College, Laval University; 
Distributive Education; D.E.C.A. 
"I suggest you start by knowing your- 
self and knowing your real worth. Then 
I think you won't be quite so disap- 
pointed when you reach your goal be- 
cause you will know your own capabil- 
ity" 




MELVIN C. DUNN 

Fitchburg State College; Lithography 
"Resolve to be thyself; and know that 
he who finds himself loses his misery." 



VINCENT J. DiSESSA 

Northeastern University, State College 
at Fitchburg; Mechanical Drawing 
"Design fosters creativity, precision, 
and excellency." 




ROGER J. P. DOW 



Tufts L T niversity; English, English Com- 
position; Campus 

"Develop a strength of the mind which 
will enable you to make the best of all 
situations; develop an honesty with 
yourself which will enable you to move 
through life contentedly." 




PAUL J. DUSEAU 



Boston College, Boston State; Mathe- 
matics 

"It's nice to be important, but it's more 
important to be nice." 





PHILIP S. DOIAX 



Massachusetts College of Art, Tufts Uni- 
versity, Willimantic State College; Direc- 
tor of Art; Design for Living, Advanced 
Art 

"Love everyday well." 




CATHERINE A. DREW 

Boston University; General Business, 
Typewriting 

"Best wishes for success and a very 
happy future." 




RICHARD B. DWYER 

Bridgewater, Boston College; English; 
Sr. Class Play 

"Never become discouraged ! Remem- 
ber, once you have hit what you con- 
sider the bottom, there is but one direc- 
tion in which you can go ! " 



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ALICE K. FAY 



Boston University; Assistant Librarian 
"No entertainment is so cheap as read- 
ing, nor any pleasure so lasting." 




JOHN FISHER 

Fordham, Boston University; Director 
of Athletics and Physical Education, 
Head Football Coach, Golf Coach 
"'The only way to success is through 
hard work." 




MARGARET GLUCK 

Boston University; Spanish; Spanish 
Club 

"Life is so precious, every, every min- 
ute. ..one must remember. ..to seek, to 
strive, to find, but not. ..to yield." 



W. JEAN FINCK 

Valdosta State, Midwestern University; 
English 

"Rather than love, than fame, give me 
truth." 




PAUL B. FOX 



Suffolk University; English 
"Be aware." 




ELEANOR GRAY 

Emmanuel College; French 
"II faut donner tout pour tout." 





ROBERTA FINN 



Boston University; French; French Club 
Advisor 

"Fine manners need the support of fine 
manners of others." 




JOHN T. GHIORSE 

Harvard, Calvin Coolidge College; 
Head of Science Department; Applied 
Physics, Physics 
"Study the order around you." 




OLIVE E. HACKETT 



Chandler, Boston University, L'niver- 
sity of Massachusetts, Boston State Col- 
lege; Head of Business Department, Of- 
fice Practice 

"My greatest desire is to help senior 
business students to get started in offices 
directly from high school." 



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RICHARD C. HALLOWELL 

Trinity College, Boston University; 
Chemistry 

"Life looks poorest when you are rich- 
est. The fault-finder will find faults even 
in paradise. Love your life . . ." 




PHILIP W. HENLEY 

Fitchburg State College, Suffolk Uni- 
versity; Carpentry, Cabinetmaking 
"That man is the richest whose pleas- 
ures are the cheapest." 





RICHARD F. HARDING 

Franklin Institute; Structural Design 
"Work harder, obtain your goals. Co- 
operation hastens success." 




JOHN W. HILL 

Brown University, Harvard; Problems, 
English 

"Nothing can bring you peace but your- 
self." 



JOHN B. HARTWELL 

Gettysburg College; Algebra, Trigonom- 
etry; J.V. Basketball 
"It's a game fish that swims upstream." 




LOUISE J. HILL 

Salem State College; Type, Office Prac- 
tice 

" The most completely lost of all days is 
that on which one has not laughed." 




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H. CHARLES HOLLISIAN 

Northeastern University; Electronics 
"He who hesitates is lost." 





CLEMENT V. HORRIGAN 

Boston College, Boston State, Bridge- 
water State, Harvard Graduate School, 
Boston University Law School; English 
"Technical training is a good prepara- 
tion for life." 



SUSAN HOWELL 

Gettysburg College, University of Ma- 
drid; Spanish; Spanish Club Advisor 
"A wise skepticism is the first attribute 
of a good critic." 




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ELEANOR R. HOWLEY 

Simmons College; English 
"Remember that 'a little learning is a 
dangerous thing.' There is always time 
and room for more ! " 




ANN M. JACOBSON 

St. Lawrence University; English; Ski 
Club, Cheerleading 

"Every man has to be a little bit mad ! " 




LUCY KALAIJIAN 

Boston University; English 

"Your choices in life must rest upon 

your knowledge of yourself." 



SYLVIA HUMES 

Framingham State College; Clothing, 
Foods 

"What we anticipate seldom occurs; 
what we least expect generally happens." 




FLORENCE E. JOHNSON 



Hunter College, Middlebury College; 
French, Head of Language Department 
"Find your career in something you 
love to do, and do it extremely well." 




WILLIAM M. K EARNS 

Tufts University; Mathematics; Varsity 
Basketball Coach 
"Good Luck !" 





DIANE C. HUNTER 

Northeastern University; Mathematics 
"Your high school days are the most 
important in your life. Profit by them 
and you will go far." 




DIANE JONES 

Skidmore College; Physical Education; 
Modern Dance 

"A quitter never wins, a winner never 
quits." 




GEORGE H. KLAY 

State College at Bridgewater, State Col- 
lege at Fitchburg, Boston L'niversity: 
Mechanical Drawing; Cafeteria Super- 
visor, School Monitor Advisor 
"Nothing great is ever achieved without 
enthusiasm." 



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JEAN M. KOVAC 



Indiana University, Northeastern Uni- 
versity; Public Speaking; Dramatics 
"Be resolutely and faithfully what you 
are, be humbly what you aspire to be. 
Be sure you give men the best of your 
wares, though they be poor enough, 
and the gods will help you to lay up a 
better store for the future." 




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EDWIN R. LOFGREN 

Northeastern University, University of 
Maryland; History, Problems of Demo- 
cracy; Chess Club 

"Graduation is one vital link in the 
chain of life. You are entided to its re- 
wards and to its memories. Congratu- 
lations." 




BEVERLY A. LUTZ 

Bridgewater State College; English; 
Sophomore Dramatic Club, Summer 
English Work Shop 

"We would all be idle if we could." 



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MARGARET K. LANG FORD 

Chandler; Bookkeeping, Typing 
"Be sincere." 




WILLIAM J . LONGRIDGE, JR. 

University of Washington, Tufts Col- 
lege, Boston University; Senior English, 
English Department Head 
"Who ever told you life was going to be 
fair?" 




MYRNA L. MacFARLANE 



Boston College, Boston University; 
Shorthand, Typewriting; Advisor of 
F.B.L.A. Club, Co-Advisor of Senior 
Prom Comm. 

"Personality opens many doors, but 
character must keep them open." 



DONALD LARKIN 

Massachusetts College of Art, Cran- 
brook Academy of Art; An 
"Art is a human activity having for its 
purpose the transmission to others of 
the highest and best feelings to which 
men have risen." 




NORMAN D. LOUD 



Boston University, Clarkson College of 
Technology; Chemistry, Physics; Ama- 
teur Radio Club 

"Choose a field you truly enjoy. Your 
work will then be a pleasure, and inevi- 
tably a success." 




DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR 

Boston University; Bookkeeping, Guid- 
ance 

"It is by our daily work that we make 
our future what we want it to be." 




ELIZABETH L. MacGREGOR 

Boston University; Typewriting I, Gen- 
eral Business 

"There is never an instant's truce be- 
tween virtue and vice. Goodness is the 
only investment that never fails." 




HENRY E. MARSHMAN 

Fitchburg State College, Boston State 
College, General Motors Institite; Sci- 
ence, Theory, Mathematics, Senior 
Class Advisor 

"Honesty to and with yourself is your 
greatest asset." 



DOROTHY M. MAGRAW 

Salem State College, Boston University; 
Business Law, Shorthand; J.M.S.V.C. 
"There is a destiny that makes us broth- 
ers; none goes his way alone. All that 
we send into the lives of others, comes 
back into our own." 



MARY LOU MARTINEZ 



University of Washington, Seattle Uni- 
versity; Problems of Democracy, His- 
tory 

"True friends are not like shadows — 
visible only when the sun shines." 





OTTO H. MAHN 

Boston University; Guidance, Driver 
Education; Student Council 
"Those fast starts, those quicker stops, 
and those bursts of speed are what peo- 
ple consider when it comes to raising 
the driving age. Think again ! " 




RUSSEL H. MAZZOLA 

Tufts University, Boston College Harv- 
ard University, Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Geometry; Assistant Basketball 
Coach 

"Always do the best with what you 
have." 




Robert p. McCarthy 

Boston University, State College at Bos- 
ton; Developmental Reading; Junior 
One Act Play, Theatre-Arts Club 
"Though a man be wise, it is no shame 
for him to live and learn." 



MARY E. McMORROW 

Bridgewater State College, Boston Uni- 
versity; English 

"If you feel you're too small to do big 
things, then do small things in a big 
way." 





FRANK H. MEDA 

State College at Fitchburg; Auto Repair 
"Our chief want in life is somebodv who 
shall make us do what we can." 



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ANGELO P. MEDICI 

Boston College, State College at Bridge- 
water; Calculus, Advanced Math 
"You are not leaving education; from 
this moment on you will be preparing 
yourselves to become the caretakers of 
education." 




MARIE E. MOSS 

Boston University; French 
"Contentement passe richesse." 





EDWARD MEEHAN 
Harvard; Economics, American His- 
tory, History, Problems of Democracy; 
Ass't. Coach of Indoor and Outdoor 
Track 

"For when the One Creat Scorer comes 
to write against your name, he marks 
not that you won or lost, but how you 
played the game. " 




DAVID A. MURLEY 

North Adams State College; English, 
Civics, Math 

"Conquer yourself before the world." 



FREDRICK K. MORRISSEY 

Suffolk University; Problems of Demo- 
cracy, American History, Civics 
"Work!" 




MARTIN M. MURPHY 

Boston College; Social Studies 
"Work and be happy." 




PAUL E. MURPHY 

Salem State College, Boston University; 
Bookkeeping, Business Law, Shorthand 
"All of you have capabilities. Don't 
underestimate them and don't give any- 
one else the opportunity to understate 
them." 





WALTER MURPHY 

Bridgewater State College; Developmen- 
tal Reading; Chess Club Advisor 
"Talent is that which is in a man's 
power; genius is that in whose power 
a man is." 



RICHARD L. NIMS 

Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; European History 
"Understand the past, plan for the fu- 
ture and you will enjoy the present." 




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HELEN M. XORRIS 

Chandler School for W omen; Shorthand 
and Typing; Senior Class Advisor; Sen- 
ior Secretaries 

"Lord, make this a better world — be- 
ginning with me." 




DUDLEY F. O'LEARY 

Boston University; Physical Education; 
Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor 
Track Coach 

"It is better to be good than to do 
twenty-five push-ups and sit-ups." 




LEO D. O'REILLY 

Wentworth Institute of Technology; 
Electronics 

"It takes ten pounds of common sense 
to carry one pound of learning." 



GEORGE E. NOTT 

State College at Fitchburg; Graphic Arts 
"It is much less what we do than we 
think, which fits us for the future." 




JAMES O'MALLEY 

University of California; Chemistry 
"Have faith, proceed the unknown end." 




DOROTHY PEARSON 

Pembroke College, Brown; English; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 
"Each day well lived and happv is all 
there is to life." 





CHRISTOPHER J. O 'BYRNE, JR. 

Bridgewater State College; Driver Edu- 
cation, Geometry, Geography 
"Hope for the best, but prepare for the 
worst." 





ROBERT B. O'MEARA 

Boston College; Biology, Physics; 

Equestrian Club 

"There is nothing for nothing." 




HERMAN F. PERRY 

Fitchburg State College; Printing 
"You owe the world your time and 
energy and your talents so no one will 
be at war, in poverty, or lonely again." 



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CAROLYN C. PERVIER 



Framingham State College: Home Eco- 
nomics 

"To me one of the greatest challenges 
of life is being able to give of oneself 
unselfishly. Each time there is such an 
achievement life seems so much richer." 




EDWARD A. PORTER 

Boston College, Boston State College; 
French 

"II me semblerait que je commettrais 
un vol si je passais une journee sans 
travailler." 




ELEANOR F. RITCHIE 

YVheaton College. L'niversitv of Maine; 
Latin 

"One must listen to learn; lean to stand; 
and love to live." 



EDWARD J. PHILLIPS 

Westfield State, Fitchburg State College, 
Auto Body 

"The most important tool of your trade? 
— Your diploma " 




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HARRY T. POWERS 

Northeastern L'niversity, Boston Uni- 
versity; Comm. subjects 
"In a very short time you will realize 
the importance of the education you re- 
ceived or should have received at this 
institution." 




JEAN ROANOWICZ 

University of Massachusetts; English 
"'That best portion of a good man's 
life — his little nameless, unremembered 
acts of kindness and of love." 





GEORCE PLAYER 



Northeastern University; Spanish; Base- 
ball Coach 

"You only get out of life what you put 
into it." 




DONALD A. REGAN 

University of Massachusetts. Louisville 
University, Northeastern, Boston State 
College. Boston L'niversitv" Geometrv. 
Algebra, Phvsics 
"Cheer ! " 




WILFRED G. ROBERTS 

Boston L'niversity: Law. Bookkeeping: 

Reflector Advertising 

"Yet they, believe me. who await no 

gifts from Chance, have conquered 

Fate." 



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CLAIRE ROHT 

University of Massachusetts; Home 
Economics 

"Anything is possibletoa willing heart." 




DANIEL J. SHEA 

Boston College, State College at Boston; 
Latin, English; Sophomore Student 
Council Advisor, Sophomore Student 
Activity Comm. 

' He makes no friend who never made 
a foe." 




RICHARD J. STEELE 

Northeastern University; Modern Euro- 
pean Historv: Junior High Football. 
Sophomore Track 

"For man is man and master of his 
fate." 





EUGENE RUST 

Yale, Boston University; Spanish 
"Adelante ' 




ETHEL G. SKEHAN 

Boston State College, Boston College 
"Hitch your wagon to a star." 




ROBERT F. STENBERG 

Charlotte College; Printing 

"Contests allow no excuses, no more do 

friendships." 



JOSEPH P. SAVOIA 

Bowdoin College; Geometry 

"Long hours of hard work are the key 

to success." 




MARGARET SPOONER 

University of Maryland, Bridgewater 
State College; Guidance, Geography 
"A good heart is better than all the 
heads in the world." 




BIRUTA W. SWAIN 

Framingham State College; Home Eco- 
nomics; Future Homemakers of America 
"The joys of the table belong equally to 
all... countries and times ..." 





GERARD J. S\V ANSON 

Boston College. Yale, Northeastern, 
Rochester; Math Club 
"Never was good work done without 
much trouble." 




CHARLES F. THIBODEAU 

Bridgewater State College; Biologv and 

Science; Science Club Advisor 

"Let achievement make your mark on 

society; let success always be your 

goal." 




MARTHA VINING 

Boston University; Latin 
"Pax Vobiscum." 



ERVIDA C. SWIRKAL 

Boston University; Type, General Busi- 
ness 

"Remember, you live in a business 
world." 




JAMES W. THOMPSON 



Hampton Institute, Fitchburg State Col- 
lege; Auto Body; J. V. Basketball Coach 
"Anything worth having will always be 
difficult to get." 




CARL F. TAMMI 

Boston University, Northeastern Uni- 
versity; Bookkeeping, Accounting 
"Self-discipline is basic to achievement." 




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PAUL A. WARREN 



New England Conservatory, Boston 
University; Director of Music, Band, 
Southeast District Music Festival 
"Keep a song in your heart, and the 
world will never be without beauty." 




RICHARD L. WHITMORE 

Fordham University; Social Studies, 
Driver Education 
"Aim high." 




M. JEAN YOUNG 

Boston University; General Business, 
Type 

"Laurels bright for those who win, 
Congratulations, too, 
And may you win in every test 
That ever comes to you." 




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PAULINE N. WHITE 

Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education 

"Always develop your character and 
ability to their highest potential." 



HENRIETTA E. WHEELER 

Kramingham State College; Head of 
Home Economics Department 
"Congratulations on a job well started 
and best wishes for a future of outstand- 
ing progress as individuals in whatever 
field of endeavor you have chosen." 




EDWIN C. YOUNG 

State College at Fitchburg, State College 
at Boston; Auto Repair Shop 
"Have pride in your work." 





JAMES G. YOUNG, JR. 

State College at Boston; Math 

"Many receive advice; few profit by it." 




BAMBI G. ZIMMERMAN 

Jackson College; English 

"This above all: to thine own self be 

true, and it must follow, as the night the 

day, thou canst not then be false to any 

man." 




GUIDANCE 




VIRGINIA NYE 

Keuka College, Harvard University; 
Head of Town Guidance Department 
"Having respect for others means you 
have respect for yourself." 




DALE E. MEKEEL 

Chadron State College, University of 
Michigan, Boston University, Univer- 
sity of Syracuse; Guidance 
"To look up and not down, to look for- 
ward and not back, to look out and not 
in, and to lend a hand." 




MARIE K. GHIORSE 

Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege, Boston University; Head Guidance 
Counselor W.H.S. Annex 
"Full use of today is the best prepara- 
tion for tomorrow." 




GEORGE F. PRATT 

Suffolk University, University of Mas- 
sachusetts; Guidance 
"Ingredients for success: ability, per- 
sonality, and work, work, work !" 



EDNA G. FLAHERTY 

University of New Hampshire, Boston 
University; Guidance 
"If you would create something, you 
must be something." 




FRANCIS W. GUNVTLLE 

Worcester State College, Bridgewater 
State College; Guidance 
"The future belongs to those who pre- 
pare for it." 




ROBERT D. WEST 

Boston College, Harvard University; 
Guidance; Student Council 
"Ever to excel." 



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RETIREMENT 




A man who feels that it is a great 
honor to be a teacher and have an in- 
fluence on the youth of America is Mr. 
Ray Parker. Thus, for the past twenty- 
seven years Mr. Parker has helped 
Weymouth boys gain a technical educa- 
tion. Upon his graduation from Went- 
worth Institute and Boston University, 
he came to Weymouth High School and 
taught mechanical and architectural 
drawing. In 1942 he became assistant 
director, and eight years later he as- 
sumed the role of director of the Wey- 
mouth Vocational Technical High 
School. Since he came to the technical 
school forty-three years ago, the 
school's enrollment has doubled and 
the types of courses die school offers 
has increased from three to nine. The 
students of Weymouth High salute Mr. 
Parker upon his retirement. 





As an administrator, Mr. Mapes has 
always endeavored to raise the stand- 
ards of the faculty and the school facili- 
ties. After his graduation from Alfred 
University in 1920, he became a princi- 
pal in the Richburg, New York school 
system. He received his Masters from 
Cornell in 1923, and then served as 
principal in Terryville and Thomaston, 
Connecticut. After serving as a princi- 
pal in the Bristol, Rhode Island, school 
system for two months, he became su- 
perintendent. In 1945, he came to 
Weymouth, and he has spent these past 
twenty years as Weymouth's Superin- 
tendent of Schools. The students of 
Wevmouth High salute Mr. Mapes on 
his retirement. 




CLERICAL STAFF 




JUDITH A. CLARK 

Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 




LOUISE A. CUNNINGHAM 

Assistant Secretary 
Annex Office 




MARION R. GERSTEL 

Assistant Secretary 
Vocational School Office 



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DORIS L. HOLBROOK 

Secretary 
Athletics Office 




LOUISE J. LOCKWOOD 
Secretary 

Vocational School Office 




HILDA MARSTON 

Assistant Secretary 
Health & Guidance Offices 




DORIS E. McINTOSH 

Secretary 
Annex Office 




LAURA NASH 
Secretary 

High School Office 




DOROTHY L. O'BRIEN 

Switchboard Operator 
High School Office 




GERALDINE OCHS 

Secretary 
Guidance Office 




MARION A. WAK EH AM 

Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 




SHIRLEY M. YOUNG 
Secretary 

Instructional Materials 



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CAFETERIA PERSONNEL 



Food Fit for a King 




EVELYN I. MacKEAN 
Secretary 

School Lunch Program 



Before each school 
day has ended, the 
cafeteria workers of 
Weymouth High 
School have pro- 
vided hot lunches for 
more than 1,400 
hungry sopho- 
mores, juniors, and 
seniors. These hot, 
appetizing lunches 
are only possible 
through the efforts of 
such ladies as Miss 
Watts, Mrs. Allen, 
Mrs. Crocker, Mrs. 
Donovan, and Mrs. 
Wolfe. 



VIOLA C. STETSON 
Assistant Secretary 
School Lunch Program 



The lunches for students ol Weymouth High Annex are well provided by these 
pleasant and efficient workers. Margaret Ings. Dorothy Pass, Mildred Cava- 
naugh, Ann Malnati, Althea Arnold, Agnes Fuqua, Violet Crocker, Marv 
Phillips. Margaret Crocker, Catherine Ottis, Claire LaRocco, LouiseCourchene 




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Well-balanced and nutritional meals are provided for the students by our diligent cafeteria workers. Adeline Wolfe, 
Nancy Campot, Helen Keefe, Ruth Milligan, Edith Miller, Agnes White. Angela Vars. Winifred Williams, Evelyn 
Moore. Rita Hession, Mrs. Allen, Frances Boudreau. Maudena Emree. Nancy Pope, Violet Pavne. Marjorie Bel- 
castro. Ethel Donovan. Norma Bacon. Ellen Wells, and Irma Serafini 



The cafeteria workers did their part in Wevmouth High's International Goodwill Week bv preparing an entire menu 
of international foods. Ruth Milligan, Frances Boudreau. Nancv Pope, Irma Serafini, Jane Avery 



CUSTODIANS 



Stronger Than Dirt 



The Annex custodians approach cleanliness conscientiously. Marndo Coppola, Waldo 
Tirrell. John Leahy, Jr., and Frank Puopolo 





Our hard-working custodians must often spend 
additional hours readying the school for various 
special events. Mr. Loud 



The efficiency with which W eymouth 
High School operates can to a great 
degree be accredited to the efforts of our 
fine custodians. Under the direction of 
Air. Cicchese and Mr. Loud, the custo- 
dians are responsible for maintaining 
the beauty of the school and its corri- 
dors. In addition, Mr. Tabor, the 
school gardener, keeps the courtyards 
and lawns attractive. Since education 
depends a great deal on a pleasant en- 
vironment the work of these gentlemen 
cannot be overestimated. 

The combined efforts of the congenial staff are also displayed by the attractive, well-kept school grounds. Robert Stewart. 
Sal Abruzzese, Charlie Butler. Steve Holt, Mr. Loud, Al Cicchese 




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SPECIALISTS 




ANN K. ALLEN ARTHUR M. CICCHESE DOROTHY B. CURTIN 

Manager Supervisor of Custodians School Xurse 

High School Cafeteria and Crounds Crew Annex and Vocational 



Finely-Trained in Skill and Knowledge 




Supervisor of School Nurses Supervisor of Attendance 

High School Health Office JOHN I. RUDOLPH. JR. 



A-V Assistant 
I.M.C. Office 




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SPORTS 




A well-balanced sports program offers 
students at Weymouth a better chance to 
participate in and to enjoy the various 
types of indoor and outdoor sports ac- 
tivities. 

Many of our games have been as 
suspenseful and as exciting as any well- 
written drama. For example, each time 
an opposing fullback charges toward 
the goal post only to be stopped short 
by the Weymouth defense or each time 
a player on the Weymouth team suc- 
ceeds in scoring that all-important point, 
the drama rises, and a peak of excite- 
ment stirs the crowd to cheer and ap- 
plaud. 

As in the other acts of our play, we 
must rehearse under the guidance of 
directors and producers, portrayed by 
our coaches and gym teachers. These 
instructors have emphasized not only 
winning the game, but also understand- 
ing the importance of good sportsman- 
ship and teamwork. They have tried to 
impress upon us the deep responsibility 
we have to put forth our best efforts, 
not only for the growth of our school 
but also for our own personal satisfac- 
tion. The dramatic results are there for 
all to see. 



Peter Piatt in action at the Tech Tournament 



PEP 



CLUB 



This year's Pep Club has motivated 
tremendous enthusiasm and contagious 
school spirit among the student body. 
Certainly, the new addition of the boys' 
pep section has contributed much to this 
organization's outstanding success. The 
boys have provided resourceful minds, 
original ideas, and most important, 
loud voices for the promotion of school 
spirit. Sponsored by Miss Arnold, the 
many activities in which the club's mem- 
bers have participated includes the 
making of victory signs and posters, 
the sponsoring of pep rallies, und the 
cheering at all sports functions. At 
home and away games as well as at the 
Boston Gardens during the Tech Tour- 
ney, the maroon and gold pep section of 
Weymouth High has been impressive. 
The voices and numerous efforts of the 
club's energetic members have inspired 
our teams to victory throughout the 
year. 




'Let's go, Weymouth ! " is the Pep Club's cry at all sports events. 



The Pep Club's continual support proved to be a factor in the success of Wevmouth High's athletic squads. 



CHEERLEADERS 




Donna Carchidi. Janet Keating. Lauren Ketchen, Mary Cunningham, Verna Von Iderstein, Susan Faustini, Cheryl Crosbv, Cathv 
Hayward, Paula AuCoin 




WHAT A YEAR! This year's squad, 
captained by Verna Von Iderstein, 
cheered our boys to overwhelming vic- 
tories ! THAT'S SPIRIT! Weymouth 
High had more school spirit than any 
other school in its league. We really 
owe a lot to our cheerleaders for their 
efforts: organizing pep rallies, promot- 
ing good will, putting up posters around 
the school, and attending each and 
every game. Their enthusiasm and 
vigor developed a feeling of pride in the 
school and in the performances of our 
students. We can be proud of these 
girls; they are an asset to the student 
bodv ! 



The cheerleaders urged the Maroons to victories at every football and basketball game. 
Clockwise from the top: Janice Vickery, Marcia Young, Judy OTJonnell, June Sullivan, 
Diane Buckley, Andrea Jacobsen 



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FOOTBALL 



As the kick sailed over the cross bar, 
Weymouth fans quickly realized that 
Thanksgiving Day rival Brockton had 
again been defeated. George Andersen, 
Mr. Everything, had kicked the field 
goal from the twenty-six yard line to 
supply the winning points. George 
made possible his last minute heroics 
by calmly leading the team downlield 
with his passing and running. The vic- 
tory over Brockton highlighted the high- 
ly successful football season, during 
which Weymouth won live, while losing 
three. Fine running by backs Bruce 
Eaton, Steve Tagen, Tom Ward, and 
Brian Greener combined with the excel- 
lent blocking of linemen Dana Laniew- 
ski, Roger Widdin, Jon Kuja, John 
Lynch, Dick Robson, Russ Sandblom, 
John Pica, Ray White, and Ken Blas- 
ser made Weymouth a scoring threat 
from any part of the field and a strong 
defensive team. Each game was excit- 
ing due to the excellent calibre of play 
and the fact that each outcome was not 
decided until the final whistle. In the 
single point loss to Arlington, the most 
exciting game up until Brockton, Ander- 
sen ran sixty yards on one play and 
threw a touchdown pass to Russ Sand- 
blom to bring the score to fifteen-four- 
teen, Arlington. Coach Fisher and his 
players would not be satisfied with the 
possible tie, and their attempt for a two 
point conversion fell inches short. An- 
dersen's .running, passing, and kicking, 
Eaton's shifty running, and Pica's ef- 
forts in the line earned each All-Scholas- 
tic honors. 




Bruce Eaton — An essential part of football is physical endurance. 



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Donald Harraghev, Mark Loughmiller, Roger Widden, Steve Joyce, Chip Dewar, Dick Robson, Mike Humberd, George Andersen, 
Bruce Eaton, Jon Kuja, Dana Laniewski, Russ Sandblom, John Lynch, Don White. Second Row: Mr. Fisher, Mr. Cavallo, Brian 
Marini, Fred Brine. Mike Losordo. Tom Ward, Steve Pizzi, Ray White, Barry Greener, John Pica, Steve Sanson, Bob Tuffv, Dick 
McKenna, Mr. DiGravio, Mr. Carven, Jeff Gillis, Doug Auld, Ken Knudsen, Ken Wilson, Brian Greener, Alfred Cappelini, Steve 
Tagen, Rich Colligan, Mike McGuire. Bill Shaw, Mr. Burgess 

Weymouth 34 Brookline 
Weymouth 40 Newton 
Weymouth 7 
Weymouth 22 Waltham 
Weymouth 16 Ouincy 
Weymouth 14 Arlington 
Weymouth 21 Watertown 
Weymouth 10 Brockton 







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The W eymouth offensive line — 
intent, powerful, and frightening 



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The players are always willing to accept advice from their coach. George 
Andersen, Mr. Fisher 



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A jump shot is sometimes Watching a basketball game is exciting! Glenn Douglas, Jack Abbott, Jim 

hard to do with someone McCulloch, Bob Richardson, John Hassan, John McClellan, Dan Lyons, 

trying to stuff the ball. Ron Pete Piatt, and Mr. Kearns 
Ruel 



Front: Jim McCulloch, George Andersen, Steve Gregg, John McClellan, Jack Abbott. Rack: Richard Kelly, Dan Lyons, Glenn 
Douglas, Ron Ruel, Chip Dewar, Pete Piatt, John Hassan, Bob Richardson, Jim Dunlay 




Robert Bradford, Ken W ilson, John McManus, Tim Orcutt, Gregg Samner, Larry Carven, Ed Wisneski, John Donovan, 
Steve Douglas, Steve Morriss, Richard Jablonski, Mark Fitzgerald, John Roanowicz, Kevin Mars, and Mr. Hartwell 




A good offense can work the ball in close. Chip Dewar, Jim D unlay, 
and Pete Piatt 



The ability, the determination, and 
the spirit of the Weymouth High basket- 
ball team enabled the Maroons to reach 
the finals in both the Eastern Massachu- 
setts Schoolboy (Tech) Basketball 
Tournament and the State Tournament. 
In order to qualify for the Tech Tourna- 
ment, Weymouth needed to win its last 
four games. Despite the tremendous 
odds, the Weymouth quintet ended its 
regular season with victories over Wal- 
tham, Rindge Technical, Brockton, and 
Quincy, four teams which earlier in the 
year had defeated them. Weymouth, 
under the direction of Coach Kearns, 
thus ended its season with fourteen wins 
against six losses. The late season 
surge was sparked by Co-Captains Steve 
"Little Giant" Gregg and defensive stal- 
wart Chip Dewar. In addition, there- 
bounding and scoring ability of juniors 
Jim D unlay and Peter Piatt and the 
play-making of Dan Lyons made Wey- 
mouth the most balanced squad in the 
area. Coach Kearns surely instilled in 
his players the ability to perform under 
pressure. No game emphasizes this 
asset more than the first round victorv 
in the Tech over Boston Technical. In a 
tight game Weymouth trailed 70-69 with 
approximately forty seconds left. Gregg 
wasted a good portion of the time with 
his uncannv ball handling and with ten 
seconds left hit in a jumper. However. 
Tech had one more opportunitv to pene- 
trate the Maroon defense. Weymouth, 
as always, stood up to the challenge 
and thwarted the Tech scoring effort. 



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"Jump ball ! " 


Jim 


D unlay 




Weymouth 


69 


Watertown 


50 


Weymouth 


54 


Newton 


50 


Weymouth 


48 


Brookline 


55 


Weymouth 


80 


New ton South 


52 


Weymouth 


50 


Quincy 


61 


Weymouth 


93 


Arlington 


62 


Wevmouth 


67 


Rindge 


65 


Weymouth 


62 


Brockton 


63 


Weymouth 


52 


Waltham 


56 


Weymouth 


72 


Cambridge Latin 


50 


Weymouth 


84 


Watertown 


64 


Weymouth 


68 


Newton 


55 


Weymouth 


56 


Brookline 


60 


Weymouth 


72 


Newton South 


53 


Weymouth 


77 


Arlington 


61 


Weymouth 


62 


Cambridge 


63 


Weymouth 


56 


Rindge 


51 


Weymouth 


71 


Brockton 


54 


Weymouth 


59 


Waltham 


54 


Weymouth 


86 


Quincy 


60 


TECH 


TOURNEY 




Weymouth 


71 


Boston Tech. 


70 


Weymouth 


53 


Bishop Stang 


48 


Weymouth 


55 


Cath. Mem. 


50 


Weymouth 


45 


Durfee 


59 


Weymouth 


57 


Wore. Comm. 


45 


Weymouth 


62 


Drury 


56 


Weymouth 


45 


Durfee 


50 




Steve steals the ball and scores 2 points. Steve Gregg, Chip Dewar 




Chip's jumper is up and good. Jim Dunlay, Chip Dewar 



42 



WRESTLING 




This year's team was composed largely of underclassmen, and future teams prom- 
ise to be most successful. Back Row: Tom Henehan, Andy Jacobs, Rorey Coven- 
cy, Dana Laniewski. Dick Robson, John McCarthy, Barry Greener, James Blaney, 
Steve Joyce, Mr. Steadwick. Middle Row: Paul Rexford, Jim Dwyer, Jim Castag- 
nozzi, Richard Kerrigan, Rodney Laniewski, Tom Curran. First Row: Steve 
Liquori, Howard Kruger, John Fistori, Russ Huntington 



Here Dick works his opponent towards a pin. Richard Kerrigan 



The wrestling team's record of three 
wins and six losses does not completely 
tell the story of this past year. Consid- 
ering that many on the team were un- 
derclassmen, some first year members, 
Weymouth's wrestlers met the challenges 
of the season quite well. This year the 
team was managed by Mr. Streadwick. 
This new coach performed the difficult 
task of transforming wrestling candi- 
dates into accomplished and experienced 
athletes. The team found two more 
qualified leaders in Captain Andy Ja- 
cobs and Co-Captain Dick Robson. 

Mr. Streadwick has realized that his 
team must be strong, agile, and in per- 
fect condition: wrestlers use almost 
every muscle in their bodies, and their 
success depends primarily on an indi- 
vidual ability to coordinate strength 
and mental skills instantaneously. Two 
Weymouth wrestlers, Andy Jacobs and 
Barry Greener, went on to place in the 
Massachusetts State Wrestling Champ- 
ionship this year. 




Weymouth 


13 


Wellesley 


34 


Weymouth 


11 


Milton 


28 


Weymouth 


14 


Braintree 


29 


Weymouth 


30 


Walpole 


13 


Weymouth 


23 


Brookline 


25 


Weymouth 


39 


Norwood 


10 


Weymouth 


8 


Scituate 


35 


Weymouth 


10 


Needham 


31 


Weymouth 


31 


Natick 


12 




The wrestler must be fast and readv to take ad- 
vantage of any mistakes his opponent might 
make. Jim Castagnozzi 

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HOCKEY 



4tf 



4tV 



Determination and agility are two musts for success. Mike Losordo 



Record: 4 wins 7 losses 3 ties 

Coached by Bill Dempsey. the Wey- 
mouth hockey team had an excellent 
year. The high spots of the season 
were consecutive 1-1 tie games with 
league-leading Catholic Memorial and 
second-place Archbishop Williams. Al- 
ter losing the first lour games, the squad 
with only two seniors, showed continued 
improvement with each game played. 
Senior wing, Jim Reynolds, and senior 
defenseman, Jack DeLuca, played key 
defensive roles in limiting our oppo- 
nents to an average of 2 goals per 
game. Goalie Francis McMorrow did 
an outstanding job in the nets. 

Sophomore, James Heffernan was our 
high scorer and was selected to the 
league all star team. Forwards, Mike 
Losordo and Jerry Whitney, teamed up 
with Heffernan to give Weymouth a 
very explosive first line. With all but 
two boys coming back next year we 
can look forward to bettering our fifth 
place standing. 



Weymouth's possession of the puck is the sure road to victory. Gerry 
Whitney. Jack DeLuca 



The speed of the puck demands sharp eyesight and quick reflexes. Gerry 
Whitney, Jim Heffernan, Jack DeLuca 



44 




Catholic Mem. 


4 


Weymouth 





King Philip 


2 


Weymouth 


1 


Hingham 


1 


Weymouth 





Brockton 


5 


Weymouth 


1 


Canton 


1 


Weymouth 


2 


Scituate 


2 


Weymouth 


4 


Archbishop Wms. 


1 


Weymouth 


1 


Catholic Mem. 


1 


Weymouth 


1 


King Philip 





Weymouth 


4 


Hingham 


2 


Weymouth 





Brockton 


2 


Weymouth 


5 


Canton 


3 


Weymouth 


1 


Scituate 


2 


Weymouth 


2 


Archbishop Wms. 


4 


Weymouth 


2 



Our players fight to the bitter end. Don Costa 




Paul Callahan, Gerry Whitney, Jim Reynolds, Jack DeLuca, Jim Heffernan, Jim Campbell, Mr. Dempsey, Don Costa, 
Steve Bennette, Mike Losordo, Fran McMorrow, Ray White, Paul Dorman, Ross Glynn, Bob Haley, Ron Woods, Dan 
Reynolds (Missing: Mike Sullivan. ) 




Hockey players - expert skaters Bob Haley, Paul Dorman, Jim Heffernan 



45 




Weymouth High's Girls' Gymnastic Team has had a very successful year, 
maintaining a record of 5-0. front: Marilyn O'Brien, Patty Corrigan, Susan 
Twombly, Marilyn Manter, Paula AuCoin, and Carol Noyes. Rear: Leslie 
Toth, Claire Milmore, Lauren Ells, Diane Casey, Betsey Hunter, Rebecca 
Smith. Nancy Matthews, and Mrs. Porro 

GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 



The girls' gymnastic team this year, 
under the direction of Mrs. Marcia 
Porro, finished with an outstanding rec- 
ord of 5 wins and losses. This was 
achieved by the hard work and natural 
poise and grace possessed by these girls. 
The trampoline, uneven parallel bars, 
and balance beam are all used for de- 
veloping skill in acrobatics. Stunts such 
as cartwheels, flips, walkovers, and 
splits are often put to music. These 
methods of free exercise are important 
in the judging of each individual's per- 
formance. Mascot Nancy Ells, as well 
as all spectators, find watching our 
girls' gym team both inspiring and re- 
warding. 



Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 

Weymouth 
Weymouth 



60 

79.5 

75.9 

69.7 
79 



King Phillip 

Wellesley 

Bridgewater- 

Raynham 

Mascanomet 

Stoughton 



30.5 
77.1 

71.6 
55.9 
29.8 



Patty Corrigan led the team through its flawless season. 




A gymnast's prime objective is to make her stunt look easy. Carol 
Noyes 




Perfection of form can be developed with practice. Jim Clapp 



BOYS' GYMNASTICS 




Agility rates high with judges. Larry Fava 



The boys' gymnastic team consisted of 
five sophomores and six juniors. With 
little experience in a sport so relatively 
new to our school, a winning season 
was not expected. The team finished 
with a record of wins and 6 losses. 

However, with the whole team coming 
back next year, a better record is hoped 
for. Mark Lewis, a junior, placed fourth 
in the Suburban League meet. Some of 
the other boys who performed well this 
year were Tim and Jim Doherty, Larry 
Fava and Paul LaFaure. The expert 
training of coaches Ron DiGravio and 
James Corrigan will certainly make our 
boys' gymnastic team a tough competi- 
tion in the very near future. 



Arlington 
North Quincy 
Newton 
Brookline 
Watertown 
New Bedford 



93.0 Weymouth 73.0 
85.5 Weymouth 84.5 
104.8 Weymouth 83.9 
84.95 Weymouth 71.05 
81.35 Weymouth 79.10 
79.0 Weymouth 68.1 




Since this year's team had few seniors, next year's team will be a strong one. 
Kneeling: Tim Doherty, Kevin Lancaster, Larry Fava, and Jim Doherty. 
Standing: Mr. Corrigan, Paul LaFave, Mike McGuire. Mark Lewis. Jim 
Clapp, and Mr. DiGravio 



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CROSS COUNTRY 




Front: Neil Dunclifie, Kevin Quill, Tom Bigelow, Alan Will, Steve Gregg, Jim McCulloch, Dan Lyons, Dave Andersen, Bill Naas. 
Second Row: Ron Hunter, Steve Lowe, Mike Holden, Tim Sweeney, Bob Richardson, Pat Doine, Norman Weeks, JefF Kinder. 
Third Row: Mr. O'Leary, Mike Rich, Robert Nesson, Gerry Whitney, Richard Kerrigan, John McGlellan, Allan Kruger, John 
Sullivan, Pat Pendergast 



Wey. 24 Rockland 33 

Wey. 24 B.C. High 37 

Wey. 15 N. Quincy 48 

Wey. 15 Archbishop Williams 49 
Wey. 15 Silver Lake 50 

New Bedford 17 Wey. 46 

Wey. 23 Brockton 38 

(Lowest score wins.) 
Boston Schools - Second Place 



These eager starters will need determination and stamina to finish first for Weymouth. 
Kevin Quill, Tom Bigelow, Alan Will, Steve Gregg, Jim McCulloch 





Endurance necessary to cover the two and 
one half mile course is gained only through 
extensive practice. Dan Lyons 



WINTER TRACK 





Shotputting differs from other track and field events 
in that it requires a combination of agility and 
strength. Mike Humberd 



Wey. 55 

Rindge 47 

Wey. 55 

Wey. 44 

Wey. 47y 2 

Wey. 38y 2 

Wey. 55 



Brookline 31 
Wey. 39 
Maiden 31 
B.C. High 42 
Waltham 38y 2 
Newton 47y 2 
Natick 31 



Tie for Second Place with B.C. High 
Met League 



Front: Rich Colligan, Richard Simphins, Mike Humberd, Kevin Quill, Dave Seymour, 
Al Will, Bob Douglas, Ronnie Hunter. Second Row: Mr. Meehan, Andrew Stradz, 
Don White, Tim Sweeney, Fred Brins, William Holden, John Sullivan, Xorman Weeks, 
Mr. O'Leary. Third Row: George Dalton, Pat Pendergast, Mark Lannon, Peter Pizzi, 
Paul Bickford, Allan Kruger, Harry Sprague 

A sport becoming more popular every 
year at Weymouth High is Track. 
Starting in the fall with cross country 
and continuing throughout the year with 
winter and spring track, the sport pro- 
vides athletes in other sports the op- 
portunity to gain speed and agility. 

The 1965 cross country team, cap- 
tained by senior Steve Gregg, maintain- 
ed a record of 6-1, with its only defeat 
coming from always-powerful New Bed- 
ford. Led by seniors Jim McCulloch 
and Alan Will, junior John McClellan, 
and sophomores Norman Weeks and 
John Sullivan, the cross country team 
upheld Weymouth High's fine reputa- 
tion as a track power. 

The winter track team continued to 
prove Weymouth's ability by securing 
a second-place tie in the powerful Met 
League. New school records were set by 
the relay team and by Bob Douglas in 
the 600-yard run. The relay team of 
Douglas, Kevin Quill, Ron Hunter, and 
Dave Seymour placed in the State Meet, 
along with Jan Perrin in the high jump 
and Douglas in the 600. The team also 
consists of Co-Captain Alan Will in the 
mile, Co-Captain Dave Seymour in the 
hurdles, and senior Mike Humberd in 
the shotput. 

( Continued) 



49 




Jan Perrin — Agility and coordination propel a high juniper through the air. 



SPRING TRACK 



Undefeated in die 1965 season, includ- 
ing first places in the South Shore Re- 
lays and the Suburban League Meet, the 
spring track team brings together many 
veterans. Along with Captains Steve 
Gregg in the mile and broadjump and 
Alan Will in the mile, the team includes 
the members of the strong relay team of 
winter track, Bob Douglas, Dave Sey- 
mour, and Jan Perrin. The 1966 spring 
track team has the potential for another 
undefeated season. 

Both the cross country and track 
teams will continue to grow. These 
sports offer any student with a strong 
will an opportunity to feel the challenge 
of competition, to push himself during 
this competition and understand the fine 
mechanism that his body represents. 
And when the time arrives for that extra 
thrust of power, the student will under- 
stand the importance of the careful su- 
pervision he received, the extra hours 
of practice he was encouraged to put 
into this sport. 

The future looks bright for this grow- 
ing sport at Weymouth High School. 
And Weymouth has the students capable 
of bringing honor to her in this chal- 
lenging sport. 




Kevin Quill. Alan Will — Daily practice keeps track members in 
shape for upcoming meets. 



50 




John McClellan — After continued attempts at successively higher jumps, confidence is achieved. 




Jim Dunlay, Kevin Walsh, Bob Douglas, Paul Rexford, Richard Simpkins, Fred Capellini. Tom Ward. 
Mike Humberd, John D'Acci. Bottom: Pat Doine, Ron Hunter, Peter Knowles, Alan Will, John McClellan, 
Steve Gregg, Kevin Quill, Richard Colligan, Alan Kruger 




Bob Douglas — Victory comes often to a hard-working team. 



51 




BASEBALL 




Bob Richardson curves one from the mound. 



Here's a hitting stance ! George Andersen 




Once again this season the Maroon 
baseball team proved to be a power 
house in the Suburban League. Coach 
George Player piloted the Weymouth 
nine through an exciting and memo- 
rable schedule. Mr. Player led the team 
through early season drills, which fea- 
tured calisthenics, hitting, and fielding. 
Thus, from the opening game Wey- 
mouth fielded a fine team. Three-year 
letterman George Andersen and junior 
Bob Richardson headed the stingy 
Weymouth pitching staff. Both veterans 
were effective against the hard-hitting 
teams of Newton, Brockton and Rindge 
Tech. Catchers Rick Abraham and Bar- 
ry Greener shared the signal calling 
position behind home plate. Wey- 
mouth's defense was backboned by a 
fine infield. Junior Ken Blasser directed 
the infield from first base. The com- 
bination of Glenn Douglas and Brian 
Marini made Weymouth's left side the 
toughest to penetrate with base hits. The 
quickness of fielders Fred Brine, Brian 
Greener, and Jack Abbott also helped to 
tighten the defense. Weymouth was ca- 
pable of having a big inning at any 
time due to its explosive offense. The 
bats of Abraham, Andersen, and Blas- 
ser sparked the Maroon attack. 



52 



Concentration is the tool of an ace. Bobby Richardson 




Kick Abraham, Ken Blasser, Bob Richardson, John Pisciottoli, George Andersen 
Front Kow: Barry Greener, Freddy Bryne, Jim McCulloch, Mike Fanarelli, John 
Abbott, Mr. Player, Joe Gardner 




The one-two punch in the lineup, Ken Blasser, 
Jack Abbott 



Brian Marini, Bill Murphy, Dana Laniewski, Ray White, Mr. Carey, Ken Galan- 
te, Joe Murphy, John Hewey, Jim Shrout Front Row: Bill McVay, Jim Duffy. 
Mike Woken, Glenn Douglas, Buddy Brennan, Ken Knudsen 




Some get through. George Andersen 



Good stance . . . strong wrists . . . smooth swing Ken Blasser 





To become a skillful tennis plaver requires many hours of practice and hard work. Paula Ryder, Paula AuCoin, V'erna Von Ider- 
stein, Marcia Young, Kathy McCann, Miss Arnold, Donna Tilden, Diane Roberts, Joanne Simon, and Nora Tringale 



GIRLS' 
TENNIS 

In its third year of competition, the 
girls' tennis team is a new athletic squad 
gaining in importance. Coached by 
Miss Betty Arnold, the girls ended their 
last season with a 4-4 record, not indica- 
tive of their true potential. Playing 
against such formidable tennis powers 
as Hingham and Needham are seniors 
Verna Von Iderstein and Marcia Young 
and juniors Cathy McCann, Paula Au- 
Coin, Paula Ryder, and Nora Tringale. 
With practice and training, these girls 
should certainly provide a winning sea- 
son for the 1966 girls' tennis team. 



Tennis, a fast-moving game, demands the player's full attention. Paula AuCoin 
and Verna Von Iderstein 






BOYS' 
TENNIS 



Weymouth's tennis team continued 
where it left off last year as the most 
formidable squad on the South Shore. 
The depth and experience of this year s 
team reflected the enthusiasm with which 
tennis has been accepted in Weymouth. 
Third year letterman Dick Whitney, 
seniors John Haughn and Bob Dono- 
van, and undergraduates Don Ambach 
and Dick Bulman formed the nucleus of 
Weymouth's representative in the South 
Shore Tennis League. Due to the care- 
ful coaching of Mr. William Dempsey 
and the dedication of the boys in prac- 
tice, Weymouth was able to match all 
of its opponents. 



Strength, accuracy, and coordination are assets which every tennis player must 
develop. John Haughn 




GIRLS' GYM 




uare dancing is a rhythmic phase of gym. Claire Milmore, Susan I^eonard 



Physical education at Weymouth High 
is an essential part of each student's 
curriculum. Twice a week the daily 
routine of classes is broken by a period 
of gymnastics. Girls work under the 
direction of Miss Arnold or Miss 
Cullity. 

In the fall, the girls tumble on the 
mats, execute their skills on balance 
beam, uneven parallel bars, and the 
Swedish box, and the trampoline. Also 
Miss Arnold's classes are given the op- 
portunitv to become acquainted with 
some of the more popular square and 
round dances. 

In warmer weather the walk to Legion 
Field is far from disagreeable to most 
girls. There, baseball, soccer, field 
hockey, and tennis are offerred as group 
recreations. 

The entire program is designed to 
provide the student with activities which 
keep her physically fit and healthy, 
while encouraging interest in various 
sports. 




Students enjoy learning the basics of trampolining. Ix>rraine Kdson 



' (SI 




Gym class is a meaningful, yet pleasant, part of a student's curriculum. 
Kathy Knudsen, Barbara Xault, Barbara Popken, Marilyn MacFawn 



The boys' gym classes, directed by 
instructors Dudley O'Leary, John Bur- 
gess, and Ron DiGravio, take place in 
Weymouth Highs well-equipped gym or 
at Legion Field. Every gym class with 
Mr. O'Leary begins with ten sets of 
push-ups and sit-ups. However, the ac- 
tivities vary widely during the year. 

In the fall the boys play touch foot- 
ball at Legion Field. Basketball has 
always been a favorite of the gym class- 
es on Weymouth's fine basketball courts. 
The most exciting activity is on the 
trampoline. The boys also become 
strong wrestlers under the training of 
Mr. O'Leary and Mr. Burgess. 

During the good spring weather the 
boys' gym classes move to Legion Field 
for Softball and various track activities. 
Mr. O'Leary trains the boys in the shot 
put, the high and broad jumps, sprints, 
pole vaulting, and the "440." 




It is imperative to follow directions in gvm classes. Mr. Burgess, Dana Laniewski, 
John Lynch 



BOYS' GYM 




program. 

Instruction by example Bill Sampson, Mr. DiGravio, Ronald Smith 



57 



The late Leo Hayes, past coach and 
physical education instructor at Wey- 
mouth, established the practice of 
weighdifting at Weymouth High. To- 
day the remedial gymnasium in the 
boys' gym offers excellent facilities for 
weighdifting to the student and athlete. 
This part of the gym is equipped with 
fine weights, mats, and other accessories. 
Instructor John Burgess directs activi- 
ties in the remedial gym. Besides his 
weightlefting work with the daily boys' 
gym classes, Mr. Burgess also trains 
the football squad in the remedial gym. 





Brian Greener demonstrates his strength and coordination for Ross 
Glynn 




ATHLETIC 
BANQUET 



Mr. Jack Fisher, coach of our fine football team, commented on the many 
benefits of physical fitness. 



On the evening of January 20, the 
Weymouth High School Athletic Coun- 
cil tendered a testimonial banquet to the 
school's varsity letter athletes. More 
than one hundred participants from the 
twelve different sports and the nine sen- 
ior cheerleaders were honored at this 
time. The words of head table guests, 
Superintendent of Schools, Elmer 
Mapes, Director of Athletics, John Fish- 
er, and the Massachusetts Commission- 
er of Education, Owen Kiernan, stressed 
the importance of sports in the curricu- 
lum of the well-rounded person. In ad- 
dition to the presentation by Mr. Whittle 
of sweaters to the members of the foot- 
ball squad, individual awards for excel- 
lence were given to George Andersen, 
Jon Kuja, and Russ Sandblom. 




The cheerleading squad entertained the banquet's guests, after which football awards were presented. 



59 



SENIORS 



As we progress through our final 
year at Weymouth High School, we 
hesitate to break away from the events 
and friendships, which for the past three 
years have played such important roles 
in our lives. We take with us fond 
memories of our school. Sounds of 
warm laughter and pleasant conversa- 
tion will echo in our minds. The excite- 
ment of brisk afternoon football games 
and the festive atmosphere surrounding 
holiday seasons will spark notes of 
mirth and sadness in our hearts. 

We have matured not just academical- 
ly. We have learned to work with one 
another. Meeting people of similar and 
dissimilar interests has given us a better 
perspective towards life. Furthermore, 
we have learned about the great ideals 
of life and, by participating in the drama 
of education, have tried new roles which 
have shaped our distinct characters and 
personalities. 

Graduation symbolizes an end, as 
well as a beginning. A new world hold- 
ing rich rewards opens up for us. How- 
ever, we must never lose sight of our 
transition period, high school. There- 
fore, let the friendships we have made, 
and the activities in which we have 
participated well serve as unbreakable 
bonds between us and Weymouth High 
School. 

"Behind the curtain's mystic fold the 
growing future lies unrolled." 

Harte 



60 




Paul Stewart: Vice-President 
Weymouth Vocational Technical High 
School 




Timothy Hanifan: President 
Weymouth Vocational Technical High 
School 



Marjorie Clouter: Treasurer 
Weymouth High School 





Michael Joly: Vice-President 
Weymouth High School 




DAVID W. ABBOTT 

With a bright and shining personality, 
Dave brightens up the day of everyone 
he meets... serves his country as a mem- 
ber of the reserves... sure to be successful 
in his chosen profession. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 




RICHARD A. ABRAHAM 

Always full ol fun, Ricky enjoys life in 
general. ..the wonders of Harvard 
Square intrigue him. ..rude and insin- 
cere people annov him. 

Student Activity 10; Jr. PartvComm. 11; 
A.V. 10; Honors 10; Pep Club 12; 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




DOROTHY A. ADAMS 

Dottie enjovs persons who know how to 
have fun. ..an active member of Rain- 
bow. ..self-centered people bother her. 

Fashion Show 1 1 





W ANDA F. ADAMS 

Wanda has a wide variety of interests... 
enjoys folk singing and the Kingston 
Trio. ..an enthusiastic Red Sox fan... 
writing for her C.Y.O. newspaper will 
help her in the field of journalism. 

Dramatic Club 10; Intramurals 10; 
Chorus 10; Honors 10; Tutor 11: Rid- 
ing Club 11; Mass. Drama Festival 11; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 12; Theatre Arts 
(Board) 12; Harvey 10; Sec't. of Dra- 
matic Club 10 



EDWARD F. AHL 

Eddie.. .a pleasant boy who enjoys 
friendly people. He plans to further his 
education at business school. ..most 
sports interest him, especially football, 
hockev, and basebalL.a member of 
C.Y.O. 





RICHARD W. AHLSTEDT 

A serious-minded student who has an 
active interest in his school.. .will become 
a useful member of his community. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Office 
Duty 10, 11, 12; Student Gov't. 10, 11, 
12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Open House 10, 
11, 12 



NANCY J. ALABISO 

Nance is a friendlv, vivacious girl who 
enjovs all sports. ..her lively energv will 
surely lead her through college to a suc- 
cessful career.. .an active member of 
C.Y.O. 

Intramurals 10; Fashion Show 10; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 11, 
12; Re/lector Adv. Staff 12; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 





DANA A. ALBERT 

Dana is extremely handy with wood. 
Though his future is undecided, he may 
someday enter into a related field. ..en- 
joys sports, dancing, and playing his 
guitar.. .dislikes people who do not mind 
their own business. 




JULIE A. ALLEN 

Julie enjoys all active sports... horseback 
riding is one of her main interests... 
gossiping people annov her. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12 




DONNA J. ANASTASI 

Sincere and full of fun, Donna enjoys 
all sports. ..dislikes unfriendly people... 
whatever her future goal may be. she's 
sure to be a success. 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



1 




GEORGE W. ANDERSEN 

George, one of our outstanding athletes, 
enjoys surfing, science fiction stories, 
and friendly people. With his warm 
personality and winning smile, he is 
sure to succeed. 

Football 10. 11. 12; Basketball 10. 11. 
12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Student Coun- 
cil 10, 11, 12; Paperback Book Fair 11 



IXGRID E. ANDERSON 

With her bright and amusing personal- 
ity, Ingy will attain success in the teach- 
ing profession. She participates in all 
water sports and is an ardent basketball 
player. In her spare time she works at 
Star Market. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 
11; Glee Club 11, 12; Campus Sales 
Staff 1 1 





DAVID C. ANDERSON 

A counselor at the Ted Williams' Camp 
and the vice-president of Teen Demo- 
crats.. .Dave is especially interested in 
science. 

Re/lector Rep. 10; Campus Rep. 10; 
Honor Roll 10, 11; A.V. Club 10, 11, 
12; Key Club 11, 12; Lt. Gov., New 
England District of Key Clubs 12; 
Campus 11; Junior Usher; Cross Coun- 
try 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



JAMES F. ANDERSON 

Bowling and swimming rate high with 
Jim. ..also finds time to play a lively 
game of chess. He plans to enter the 
Air Force in the future. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Cafeteria Worker 10; Pa- 
perback Bookstore 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80 



KATHLEEN V. ANDERSON 

Kathy is a member of Rainbow and 
studies piano. ..sculpturing is one of her 
interesting hobbies. ..plans to attend a 
junior college. 

Glee Club 10, 11; Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 
12; Miss Jacobson"s Sec't. 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80 





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MARY E. ANDERSON 

Mary greets every person who comes 
to Tufts Library with a bright, friendly 
smile. ..reading, C.Y.O., and the Hori- 
zon Club fill her spare time.. .likes foot- 
ball games. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Pep Club 
11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Tutor 12 



PATRICIA A. ANDERSON 

A legal secretary is the profession Pat 
will aim for after graduation. ..enjovs 
law and history... saves time for sewing 
and reading. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80, 100, 120; Miss Nye's 
Sect. 12; High Honors 11; Honors 10 





ROY H. ANDERSON. JR. 

Quiet but active. Roy will find success in 
any profession. ..particularly enjoys wa- 
ter-skiing. 



RICHARD J. ANDERSON 

Andy is a very likable fellow whose 
favorite pastime is working on cars... 
also enjoys participating in sports, espe- 
cially bowling. 

Jr. Nom. Comm.; Open House 12 




GRACE E. ANDREWS 

"Clancy", a terrific athlete, brings her 
team to victory in all sports. ..also en- 
joys art.. .has no use for two-faced peo- 
ple. 

Basketball 10; Badminton 10; Softball 
10; Mr. O'Mearas Sec't. 12 




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ROBERT W. ANDREWS 

Bob, whose special interests include 
baseball, tennis, and swimming, also 
likes bookkeeping and plans to be an 
accountant. 

A.V. Club 10 




JANICE M. ARCIER] 

Dancing is tops with Jan. ..an active 
participant in C.Y.O.... quiet but friendly 
...plans to attend Chandler. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, LI, 
12; F.B.LA. 11, 12 



DAVID [. ASHBRIDGE 

Dave is quite an athlete.. .enjoys partici- 
pating in all sports. ..increases his in- 
come by working, working, working. 





JANET A. ASSMUS 

Janet can always be counted on to lend 
a hand in livening up a dull group... 
supports all sports, especiallv football... 
is extremelv annoved by unlriendlv peo- 
ple. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 10; 
[ntramurals 10; Reflector 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 



DOROTHY J. AUSTIN 

Dottie is wild about horses and spends 
all her spare moments riding.. .would 
like to serve people by becoming a 
practical nurse. Dottie n<>» consider- 
ing a post-graduate course next year to 
catch up on typing and study biology. 





THOMAS K. BACKMAN 

Tom is a quiet boy until you really 
know him. He enjoys all sports with 
special emphasis on water skiing. He 
also enjoys vacations and cars. ..dislikes 
homework verv much. 



KATHLEEN A BACON 

Kathy is a lively girl whose interests 
include everything from college mixers 
to hot fudge sundaes. ..active in C.Y.O. 
and the Teen Democrats. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Honors 10; 
High Honors 11; Ski Club 11. 12; 
F.H.A. 11, Sec't. 12; Campus 11. 12: 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 





BARBARA E. BAILEY 

Barbara is a conscientious business stu- 
dent who moved to Weymouth from 
Somerville during junior high.. .friendly 
and helpful. 



BARBARA J. BAILEY 

Barb is most impressed by people who 
smile and can take a joke.. .is very in- 
terested in becoming an airline steward- 
ess. ..may always be found doing any 
of the popular dances. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Sec't. 12 
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NORMAN S. BAILEY 

Nicknamed Ringo because he is presi- 
dent of the Spartans outside school. 
Norm reallv likes the new beat. Ringo 
is also interested in cars. ..likes food 
and money. 

Math Club 10 




SHERYL J. BAIRD 

Sherry... always lively and fun-loving... 
is thrilled by all water sports.. .works 
part time at Curtis Farms. ..is especially 
irked bv insincere and conceited people. 

Soph. Partv Comm.; Campus Staff 10; 
Office Worker 10; Pep Club 11. 12 




SUSAX L. BAIRD 

Sue can really play that piano. ..also 
likes skiing and sewing. ..an active mem- 
ber of Rainbow and an enthusiastic 
square dancer. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10, 
11; Glee Club 11, 12; Re/lector 11, 12; 
Chorus 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 12; Eng. 
Club 11; Ski Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




BARBARA A. BAKER 

Barb, although a quiet girl, is a valu- 
able friend to those who know her. Her 
spare time is all tied up with working 
in a nursing home after school. Barb 
would like to begin nurse "s training in 
the fall. 





LIXDA BALDASSIXI 

Linda can always be depended on to 
make people have a good time.. .would 
like to go on to college and become a 
teacher. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; 
Office W orker 10; Gvm Team 11; Re- 
flector 12; F.H.A. 12^ Sr. Party Comm. 



BRUCE E. BALEXTIXE 

Flying rates high with Bruce whose 
greatest thrill is zooming among the 
clouds. ..is determined to get his pilot's 
license and become an executive pilot... 
likes people who are on time. .member 
of DeMolav. 

A.V. Club 12 





WILLIAM M. BARBER 

A fan of the Kingsmen... quiet Bill is 
kept busy working after school.. .dislikes 
loud girls. 



JOAX C. BARCELLOS 

Sweet, neat, and petite.. .Joan is especial- 
ly interested in non-conformity. She 
enjoys writing, beatnicks, sailing, Cape 
Cod, and discussions about civil rights. 
Her miniature mouse "Tance" is with 
her all the time. ..dislikes prejudiced peo- 
ple. .favorite expression is "quaint." 

Mr. Horrigan's Sec't. 12 





JOHX R. BARRETT 

Johnny has a good personality and a 
quick wit which makes him the center of 
attraction wherever he goes. In his 
spare time he enjoys working around 
boats and cars. 




W ILLIAM M. BARRETT 

Pickerel is an ambitious boy who likes 
money. His special interest is fishing. 
His favorite subject is bookkeeping, but 
he dislikes the homework. He can be 
seen working at Curtis Farms as a 
bundle bov. 




MARJORIE L. BARRIE 

Always smiling.. .Marjie is Worthy Ad- 
visor of her Rainbow Assembly and 
C hapter Sweetheart of De.\ I ola v. . .enjovs 
playing the organ. ..intends to become a 
physical therapist. 

Intramurals 10; Talent Show 10; Cho- 
rus 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11. 12: GleeClubll: 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; F.X.A. 12 

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NANCY M. BARTER 

Nance, an active member of C.Y.O., 
Girl Scouts, and the Civil Air Patrol... 
enjoys the guitar, languages, and living. 
She has a dislike lor passive spectators 
at a football game.. .has a great sense of 
humor. ..loves brown eyes. 

Chorus 10; Soph. Party Comm.; Pep 
Club 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; F.T.A. 
12; Glee Club 12; F.H.A. 12 




ALLAN R. BARTLETT 

Hart is a well-rounded boy who enjoys 
hoi rods, spoi ls, and dancing. He is a 
member ot his church fellowship... 
plans to enlist in the Navy after con- 
tinuing his education. ..dislikes nagging 
people. 

Open House 10; Wrestling 11; Golf 11, 
12 




SANDRA L. BARTSCH 

Sandy, a quiet girl, breeds, trains, and 
displays poodles. In her spare time she 
holds a part-time job al the Soutb Shore 
Hospital as a dietician's assistant . an 
ambitious person. ..has an aversion for 
strawberries and nosy people. 

Honors 10; Riding Club 10 





ROGER E. 15ARZELAY 

Roger is a member of a bowling league 
...especially likes ten pins... participates 
in many sports such as swimming, 
pocket billiards, water skiing, and fish- 
ing. His friendly personality will insure 
his future success. 

Camera Club 1 1 



JETTA C. BATES 

Guitars, guitars, guitars. ..J ay not only 
likes guitars, but also plays one. Her 
other interests include horseback riding 
and swimming... boys with short hair- 
cuts disturb her. 

Talent Show 10; F.H.A. 10; Riding 
Club 11; A.V. Club 11, 12 





SHIRLEY L. BATES 

Shirk. .a friendly girl who likes friendly 
people. ..secretary of fellowship at church 
...can be found filing at the South Shore 
Hospital. We see this ambitious girl as 
a stenographer in the future. 

Student Activity 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Campus Staff 10; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Campus Co- 
Chief Sec 't. 12; Honors 10, 11 



WILLIAM M. BEARD 

Bill. ..likes the outdoors. ..enjoys fishing 
and shooting very much.. .a sports en- 
thusiast. ..Bill is especially interested in 
boats and cars. 





ROLAND Y. R FATTY, JR. 

Roily is a very friendly person who can 
be found playing the guitar for the 
Newcastles almost every weekend. 
Bikes are of special interest to Roily... 
dislikes homework.. .plans to enter the 
armed forces next fall. 

Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12 




SUSAN BECHTOLD 

Sue.. .can always be found at our foot- 
ball games full of spirit. ..special interest 
lies in bookkeeping, the held in wdiich 
she intends to make her career... elected 
a member of National Honor Society 
while living in Rockland. 

Fashion Show 10; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; Mr. Player's Sec't. 12; Head 
Drum Majorette 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 




JOHN S. BEGGY 

John... intelligent, serious-minded. ..en- 
joys swimming and tennis...a member 
of Y.M.C.A.... intends to major in lan- 
guages. 

Public Speaking 10; J.M.S.Y.C. 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 12; Reflector 
12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 



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DONNA L. BELCASTRO 

Donna. ..her easy smile and her person- 
able disposition fit her well for a job at 
the theatre house.. .music, history, and 
talking rate with her. 

Campus 10, 11: Ski Club 11; Reflector 
12; Pep Club 12 




BARBARA R. BELLINO 

Barb is interested in teaching, spends 
her spare time swimming, skating, and 
working with the drill team. 

Monitor 10; Pep Club 12 



WALTER M. BENEDICT 

Mike is an advocate of levis and long 
hair. He enjovs art and music and 
hopes to teach art. ..already he attends 
Saturday classes at the Massachusetts 
College of Art. 

Gymnastic Team 10. 11, 12 



BRIGITA BERGS 

Brigita...a yiyacious and friendly girl 
who is considering a nursing career.. .is 
a secretary of her junior Sunday school 
and is a member ol the Marsha Jordan 
Fashion Board. 

Office Worker 10; Student Council 10. 
Corr. Sec't. 11, Treasurer 12; Campus 

10, 11, Faculty Editor 12; Monitor 10, 

11, 12; Student Activities Comm. 10; 
Jr. Party Comm.; Ski Club Program 
Chairman 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 






VINCENT P. BENOIT 

Yinnie enjoys traveling to different 
places and seeing different things. ..as- 
pires to cross the U.S.A. on a Honda. 
Yinnie appreciates a good car and girls 
who dress in good taste.. .transferred 
from Scituate High School at the begin- 
ning of his junior year. 

Pep Club 12 



DONALD E. BERRY. JR. 

Don is a firm believer in self-reliance... 
takes pleasure in listening to good mod- 
ern jazz and enjoys reading the best in 
today's literature. ..while not in school. 
Don may be found attending his church 
choir or his DeMolay group. 

Band 10. 11, 12; Chorale 10. 11. 12: 
Chorus 11, 12; Debate Club 11. 12: 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 



CAROL A. BICIOCCHI 

Carol will soon be found working dili- 
gently behind her desk as a legal secre- 
tary. ..is fond of Italian food but can't 
say as much for cliques or conceited 
people.. .member of C.Y.O. 

Shorthand Certs. 60. 80; Mrs. Gray's 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





THOMAS E. BIGELOW 

An outgoing personality helps Tab to 
make friends wherever he goes. ..likes 
meeting friendly people, but can't say 
exactly the same for the unfriendly ones 
...is a member of both DeMolay and 
Pilgrim Fellowship. 

Cross Country 10. 11. 12: Spring 
Track 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10; High Honors 11: Sr. Prom 
Comm. 



JEANNE E. BISHOP 

Jeannic.a member of Rainbow and a 
bowling enthusiast. ..plans to attend col- 
lege and later become an executive sec- 
retary. ..does not like "tests." 



Pep Club 10, 11, 12: 
Reflector 12 



Ski Club 12: 




JUDITH A. BITTNER 

Judy's many interests cover a big cate- 
gory, from scuba diving to organ play- 
ing.. .is bothered by people who 
"knock" education. ..likes a good time. 

Honors 11; Pep Club 12; Mr. ('leave's 
Sec't. 12 




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[ANET M BLEVINS 

Interested in getting to college and help- 
ing others. ..Jack is active in herC.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Club 11; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie: Theatre Arts Club 12 




DANIEL J. BLINN 

A member of the C.Y.O. Social Commit- 
tee and hockey team. ..displays interest 
in sports and carpentry... a career as a 
carpenter after a hitch in the service is 
Danny's plan for the future. 

Cross Country 10; Open House 10; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 



JOSEPH K. BLIXX, JR. 

Joe, a cashier at Curtis Farms in E. 
Weymouth, dislikes customers who 
don't know what they're looking for. 
C.Y.O. demands much of his outside 
time. 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10. 
1 1; Spring Track 10 





LAWRENCE W. BO IV IN 

Water skiing, motorcycles, and basket- 
ball occupy most of Larry's spare time 
...member of bowling league... after 
graduating he hopes to attend college. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; 
Open House 10; Lunch Duty 11, 12; 
Winter Track 11; Cross Country 10, 11 



JOHN A. BORIS 

Jack enjoys hunting and outdoor sports 
...hopes to join the State Police. Girls 
with brown hair are right up his alley, 
but those with bleached or tinted hair 
beware. 





CARYL A. BORSARI 

Squeak enjoys working with the elderly 
at Kirkland Manor Nursing Home... 
likes to have a good time.. .active in 
C.Y.O. 

Library Club 10, 12; F.N.A. 10; Pep 
Club 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



DAVID P. BOSTWICK 

Dave, a real brain, likes music, physics, 
and water sports. ..can do anything with 
a clarinet or saxophone. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 12: 
Debate Club 10; Math Club 10, 11, 
Pres. 12; Math Team 10, 11, 12; High 
Honors 10; Honors 11; Junior L'sher 
11; Tutor 11; Junior Party Comm. 11; 
Campus 11, Ass't. Ed. 12 





RICHARD D. BOSTWICK 

Dick hopes to enter the L'niversity of 
Mass. and to find engineering as a fu- 
ture. He enjoys basketball and other 
activities found at the "Y." Dick also 
worked as a salad boy at the Blue Hills 
Country Club. 

Football J.V. 10; Chem. Club 11; Math 
Club Secretary 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Wrestling 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 



NANCY A. BOUMENOT 

Nancy... a perky senior who enjoys 
dancing and music. After graduation 
she would like to attend secretarial 
school. 

F.B.L.A. 10, 11. 12 
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HAROLD E. BOYD EN 

Harry was a transfer student from Han- 
over who quicklv found his place in 
Wevmouth High. He enjoys football 
and basketball. 




MARY C. BRADY 

Mary is a senior who hates to see 
frowns. She enjoys ice-skating and 
drawing.. .hopes to go on to a beauty 
culture school. 

Pep Club 12; Intramurals 10; Mr. 
Swanson's Sec't. 12; Reflector Adv't. 
Staff 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski Club 11, 12 




JAMES D. BRANDOLIN1 

Jim is one of our working seniors. ..he 
worked at Stop & Shop for two years. 
He enjoys sports but not women drivers. 

Football 10 



ROBERT J. BRENXAX 

Bob is one of our "personality" sen- 
iors. Besides bringing "Cap 'nCrunch" 
to school he is interested in skiing and 
C.Y.O. activities. Bob plans to become 
a teacher. 

Language Assembly 10; Chem Lab As- 
sistant 11; A.Y. Club 12; Physics Lab 
Assistant 12 





JEAN BRESNAHAN 

Jeannie, Iriendlv and helpful, is an en- 
thusiastic supporter of the Pep Club. 
In her leisure time she enjoys ice-skating 
and intramurals. 

Pep Club 12; F.N.A. 12 



KAREN D. BROBERG 

Karen's special interests lie in swim- 
ming, sewing, and ice-skating. ..she is 
an active member of Rainbow and her 
church fellowship. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Reflector 
H.R. Rep. 12; Sr. Party Comm. 





BRUCE H. BROOKS 

Brucie likes the guitar and piano and 
particularly math and science which 
will aid him in his future as an engineer 
...active in DeMolay... hides his good 
personality under hoods while working 
on cars. 



CHERYL A. BROWN 

Cheryl cares especially for folk singing 
and art. ..attends art classes at Mass. 
College of Art. ..can be found most of the 
time horseback riding or simply enjoy- 
ing the great outdoors. 





KATHLEEN F. BROWN 

Chickie likes babysitting and football... 
enjoys typing and hopes to become a 
private secretary. ..at present spends 
most ol her time as a part-time secretarv 
lor an attorney. 

Basketball Intramurals 10; Pep Club 
10, 11; High Honors 10; Honors 11: 
F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Concannon's Sect. 12 




LINDA A. BROWN 

Linda enjoys spending her time driving 
the family car. ..intensely dislikes to do 
housework. ..hopes someday to be a sec- 
retary. ..can be found working at Kae's 
Snack Bar. 

Honors 10; Pep Club 10, 11; Mr. Me 
keel's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




RUTH E. BROWN 

Ruthie loves Italian lood... dislikes show- 
offs. ..can be found working in Grant's 
...hopes someday to be a nurse. 

F.N.A. 10, 11. 12; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; Gvm Team 11; library 
Staff 12 



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SANDRA L. BROWN 

Sandy likes Corvettes and puppies... 
disapproves of boys constantly talking 
about cars. ..plans to become an Eng- 
lish teacher. 

High Honors 10; Campus Sales Staff 
11; F.T.A. 11; Honors 11 




CHARLOTTE A. BRUNET 

'"La La", a member of C.Y.O., aspires 
to attend modeling school. ..dislikes 
homework and getting up early for 
school. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 11. 12; 
F.H.A. 12; Library Staff 12; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie 



FLORENCE M. BRYAN 

"Flo" attended a Mississippi high 
school tor her junior year and was hap- 
py to come back to Weymouth this 
year. ..particularly enjoys swimming 
and basketball. 

Gym Team 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11; Honors 10; 
Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 11; Sr. 
Nom. Comm. 





STEVEN R. BRYAN! 

Steve can be found wherever there is 
work to be done on cars, especially 
antiques. ..dislikes Fords. 

Open House 10, 12: Honors 11 



DIANE M. BUCKLEY 

"Di" loves dancing and fun. ..partici- 
pates in C.Y.O.... always cheerful and 
friendly. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10, 1 1, 12; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Campus Sales 
Staff 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10; Office Work- 
er 10; Honor Roll 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 
Tutor 11; Library Staff 11; Sr. Xom. 
Comm.; Cheerleader 12; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie 





DAVID P. BUGBEE 

"Bugs" is a member of C.Y.O... .enjoys 
many sports, especially ice hockey. 

A Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 12 



MARIE L. BUGBEE 

Marie spends much of her time reading 
...has a keen interest in art. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Campus H.R. Rep. 
11 





PATRICIA A. BUKER 

An agreeable person. ..tall and fair-hair- 
ed Pat likes attending dances.. .may be 
up in the clouds one day as a future 
airline stewardess. 

Fashion Show 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 




CARL (). BURNS 

Eventually. Carl plans to enter the L'.S. 
Air Force and later embark on a career 
in wildlife conservation. Meanwhile, 
part of his time is spent hunting or fish- 
ing.. .is a member of the Air Explorer 
Squadron at the Naval Air Station. 

A.V. Club 12 




RUSSELL A. BURNS 

A pleasant smile and easy-going nature 
are two of Russs main characteristics 
...he is fond of both sports and dancing. 



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RICHARD E. BURTON" 

More than likely Dick will secure a job 
working in some field of science as he is 
an avid chemistry and physics fan... 
has a sincere liking for teachers who 
really know their subject and can pro- 
vide interesting courses for their stu- 
dents. 



Mr. Gregory's Lab Ass't. 
Campbell's Lab Ass't. 12 



11: Mr. 




SALLY D. BUTLER 

Sal. ..cute, pert, and sparkling.. .dislikes 
unhappy people... participates regularly 
in Rainbow and her church youth pro- 
gram. 

Glee Club 12; Honors 10, 11; Ski Club 
11; Chorus 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 



ALFRED W. CADMOX. Ill 

Al likes to study historv and math. He 
also enjoys football and baseball.. .is a 
fishing and boating enthusiast. In his 
spare time Al plays chess, when he isn't 
working on his paper route. 

Chess Club 11. 12; Kev Club 12: Math 
Club 12 





PAUL T. CAFARELLA 

"Cafe" is an electronics bug.. .enjoys 
working on radios and televisions. ..oc- 
cupies his spare time working with pho- 
tography. ..also bowls and plays golf... 
active in C.Y.O.... likes people with a 
good sense of humor. 

A.Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Photographv 
Club 11, 12; Math Club 10; Electronics 
Club 10 



BARBARA J. CALL 

Barb plays the piano... her interest in 
music may influence her decision to be- 
come a music teacher... will surely be a 
success in whatever field she enters. 





WENDY L. CALLAHAN 

Wendy is an avid sports enthusiast... 
especially enjoys horseback riding.. .dis- 
likes bovs with short hair. 



F.T.A. 11 



Riding Club 12 



ETHEL M. CAMPBELL 

Effie likes convertibles, cooking, and 
long hair. She dislikes short skirts and 
long hair on boys. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12 





NANCY L. CAMPBELL 

"Soupy" enjoys horseback riding, 
swimming, and meeting new people. 
She belongs to her church group. Y. P. F., 
and loves to travel. People who gossip 
annoy her. ..dislikes corned beef. 

Dramatic Club 10 



PAULETTE J. CANNON 

Paul enjoys all types of sports. She 
hopes to attend business school and be- 
come an I.B.M. machine operator. Ac- 
tive in C.Y.O.... dislikes snobby people. 



1 



Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. ^Short- 
hand Certs. 60, 80 





JAMES A. CANTARA 

When Till isn't working on his own car 
he works part time at a gas station... 
doesn't like stock Studebakers. 

Open House 10 



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RITA M. CAPPELLO 

Rita. ..enjoys sports, swimming, and 
horseback riding... is active in C.Y.O. 
Her future plans are undecided. She 
dislikes people who think they are bet- 
ter than everyone else. 

Pep Club 10; Riding Club 1 1 




DONNA M. CARCHIDI 

Secretary of her church C.Y.O.... Donna, 
always on the go, likes camping, danc- 
ing, and all types of sports. ..dislikes 
people who have no school spirit. Her 
future goal is to be a math teacher. 

Cheerleader 11, 12; Chorus 10; Dra- 
matic Club 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 



LIXDA G. CARMICHAEL 

A friendly and sincere girL.Lyn likes to 
teach Sunday school. ..participates in 
many C.Y.O. activities. ..she enjoys hot 
dogs and bowling.. .is also an avid read- 
er.. .Lyn aspires to become a teacher and 
should quite easily make it with her 
abilities. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 





ANN M. CARROLL 

Quiet, but intelligent.. .Ann is an active 
member of C.Y.O.. ..hopes to enter col- 
lege and become a French teacher. 

Spectrum, Lit. Staff 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, Treas. 12; 
Dramatic Club 10 



NANCY E. CARROLL 

A pleasant and genial person. ..Nancy 
likes nearly everything except fast 
dances and snobbishness. ..she will suc- 
ceed in whatever she attempts. 

Riding Club 11: F.B.L.A. 12 





LEONARD J. CARUSO, JR. 

Quite a sportsman and a friendly per- 
son. ...Monk likes iridescent pants and 
enjoys a night out with his friends... 
participates in C.Y.O. basketball and 
football. 

Baseball 10, 11; Football 10. 11, 12 



FRANK CASTAGNOZZI, JR. 

Frank is a member of C.Y.O....enjovs 
most sports. ..can often be found with 
his bowling league.. .dislikes haircuts 
and forms to fill out. ..in the future we 
will find him in college as a major in 
chemical engineering. 

A.V. 12 





PETER M. CAYALLO, JR. 

Pete... President of C.Y.O.. ..happy-go- 
lucky guy with a lot of school spirit... 
a sports enthusiast. ..dislikes school. 

A.V. 10. 11, 12; Photographv Club 11, 
Pres. 12 



ARTHUR C. CAYON 

Artie keeps himself busy trying to build 
his car into a street rod. ..among his 
special interests are cars, surf skating, 
and sports... works at his father's ga- 
rage. 

Open House 10. 11. 12 
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ANTHONY J. CELLA 

Tony.. .a sports enthusiast. ..especially 
likes hunting, fishing, boating, water 
skiing, and track. ..an active member of 
a bowling league.. .dislikes school and 
haircuts. 

Winter Track 12 




RICHARD A. CELLINI 

"Chink" can be found around cars and 
food. ..dislikes cliques and snobs... inter- 
ested in printing. 

Open House 10. 11, 12; Office Duty 11 




ELAINE D. CHALET 

An active member of C.Y.O.... smart, 
friendly. ..Elaine has a special interest in 
the Boston Red Sox. ..will be well liked 
by her pupils. 

Office Worker 10; Campus Sales Rep. 
10; Dramatic Club 10; F.H.A. 11, Host- 
ess 12; Campus 11, 12; Pep Club 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Honors 10 




JERO.MY CHAPPEL 

Worthy Advisor of Rainbow Assemblv 
...Jerrv likes individualists. ..dislikes cli- 
ques.. .enjoys working with the elderlv... 
plans to become an X-ray technician. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club, 
Sec't. 10; Office Worker 10; Reflector 
Rep. 11; F.X.A. 11; Riding Club 11,12; 
English Club 12: Campus 12 





ROCER W. CHASE 

Interested in building cars, "Hoss" 
w-orks in a garage.. .dislikes Fords and 
girls with too much hair spray. 

Football 10; Open House 11, 12 



RUSSELL C. CHASE 

A sailing enthusiast. ..Russ races in Bos- 
ton Bay when not racing around a 
basketball court. 

Lunch Duty 10, 12; Open House 11 





JEAXXETTE CHEVERIE 

Vice-president of her C.Y.O. and mem- 
ber of a bowling league... dislikes insin- 
cere people.. Jeannette sees nursing in 
her future. 

Glee Club 10. 12; Dramatic Club 10; 
Student Activity Comm. 10; Pep Club 
10. 11; F.N.A. 12; Riding Club 12 



GREGORY CHILIXGARIAX, JR. 

Greg's main interest is cars, particularly 
'65 Chevys... likes to race model cars... 
participates in two bowling leagues... 
has no definite plans for the future. 





BARBARA CHIPMAN 

Chip's special interests lie in typing and 
accounting.. .a member of Rainbow and 
a church teacher... plavs the organ for 
relaxation. ..dislikes people who are not 
willing to be triendlv. 



Reflector H.R. Rep. 
10; Glee Club 11. 
Riding Club 12 



10: Lunch Monitor 
12; Pep Club 11; 




PAUL A. CHODOR 

Paul takes great pride and joy in fixing 
any car. ..his enthusiasm will carry him 
far possibly in this field. 




JOHX CICCHESE 

Interested in sports. ..Johnny works part- 
time but is an active member of his 
C.Y.O. He plans to go to college in the 
fall. ..his enthusiasm and great personal- 
itv will take him tar. 



Cap and Gown Comm. 



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DORIS T. CLAPP 

Doris enters nursing school after gradu- 
ation and will certainly achieve success 
in the field of medicine.. .likes to eat 
pizza. ..does part-time work. 

Junior Usherette; One Art Play 10; Dec- 
oration Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 
12; Language Assembly 10; Mr. 
O'Meara's Ass't. 12 




STKVEN L. CLAPP 

Steve is a fellow with just one big inter- 
est, and that is sports, sports, sports ! 
He also has just one big dislike, and 
that is homework, homework, home- 
work ! 

Basketball 10 



BARBARA A. CLARK 

In the summer, one can find Barbv in 
or on the water; in the winter, on the ice 
twirling in a figure eight. ..dislikes snob- 
by people.. .an officer in her Youth Fel- 
lowship, member of the Weymouth 
Bible Club, and a part-time worker. 

F.T.A. 10, 12; Library Staff 12; Ski 
Club 12 





DAVID A. CLVKK 

Dave's major interest is cars. ..enjoys 
fine foods. ..plays the guitar when he 
isn't busy with his duties as president 
of his church youth group. 

Open House 10, 11. 12 



GEORGE A. CLARK 

An all-around fellow. Georgie plans to 
enter college and become a junior high 
school teacher. ..plays piano, accordian. 
and guitar. ..enjoys swimming, boating, 
fishing, and all other water sports. 

A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Math Club 10; 
Photography Club 12; Open House 12 





MARGARET L. CLARK 

Peggy will be a successful teacher after 
college.. .dislikes insincere people. She 
is active in C.Y.O. and works part time 
at Sears and Roebuck. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; 
English Club 10, 11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 11; F.T.A. 12; Hon- 
ors 10; Sr. Partv Comm. 



CLAUDETTE A. CLARKE 

Claudette is very enthusiastic over folk 
music and art. ..would like to attend the 
University of Conn, to begin a course 
in physical therapy. ..loves to read. 

Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 
10; Ski Club 11; Honors 11; Campus 
11, Literarv Staff Ed. 12 





BRADFORD S. CLEAVES 

Brad will be remembered as one of 
Weymouth's busiest seniors. Brad's 
special interests include medicine, math, 
and music. Church and DeMolay take 
much of his time outside of school. 

Chorus 10. 11. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10,11, 
12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11; 
High Honors 10; Campus 11, 12; Tal- 
ent Show 11; Gymnastics 11; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie; Student Council 12; Math Club 
10, 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Xom. 
Comm. 




MARJORIE A. CLOUTER 

Margie enjoys sailing and swimming... 
besides being busy as the treasurer of 
the Rainbow Girls, she finds time for 
various school activities. 

Chorus 10. 11. 12; Gymnastics 10, 11, 
12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Class 
Treasurer; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Senior 
Class Treasurer; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12 




HEATHER COGSWELL 

Heather's special interests include mod- 
eling and hairdressing...she also enjoys 
swimming, horseback riding, and sew- 
ing. 

Pep Club 11. 12: Student Secretarv 10, 
11. 12 



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WILLIAM KENT COGSWELL 

Kent plays the guitar... a hunter and 
fisherman when not working at Fore 
River. ..interested in sheet metal. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 11, 12 




EDWARD J. COLERAN, JR. 

Ed's future plan is to attend Bridge- 
water and then to teach math and sci- 
ence. He also enjoys dancing and 
sports. 



He is also a member of C.Y.O. 



A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Math Club 10; 
Basketball Announcer and Scorekeeper 
10, 11, 12; Photography Club 11, 12 



DAVID T. COLLIER 

"Dive" defends himself with judo... 
reads psychological novels. ..likes math 
...considering entering Northeast Insti- 
tute or Lowell Tech. to work for a degree 
in electronical engineering. 

Office Duty 10, 11, 12; Chorus 11, 12: 
Open House 10. 11, 12; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 





EDWARD S. COLLINS 

Athletically-minded Ed enjoys basket- 
ball, tennis, football, baseball... also 
likes to go job-hunting. ..with this ambi- 
tion he will surely be successful in what- 
ever field he finds. 



PATRICIA A. CONLEY 

A football fan. ..when she's not busy with 
her special interest, sewing, Pat likes to 
go boating and dancing... a member of 
C.Y.O.. ..dislikes homework. 

Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12; F.H.A. 12; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Clothing Club 10; 
F.B.L.A. 12 





KAREN J. CONNELLY 

With her cheery smile and friendlv per- 
sonality, Karen will make many more 
friends in the future. ..can be found 
working in Sears and Roebuck Com- 
pany... favorites are singing and skating 
...enjoys all sports. 

Glee Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 
12; French Assembly 10; Gvmnastics 11 



ELIZABETH CONNOLLY 

With her smiling eyes Betty isapleasure 
to talk to. ..a member of the Grange and 
a member of C.Y.O... .her favorites are 
skating and bowling.. .finds time for her 
other interests, dancing and swimming. 

Glee Club 10 





PATRICIA A. CONNOLLY 

Following graduation Pat hopes to at- 
tend junior college.. .an active member 
of C.Y.O. for four years. ..finds pleasure 
in singing and dancing. 

Chorus 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11; Gym 
Team 10, 11; Glee Club 12; Mrs. Ske- 
han's Sec't. 



ANN M. CONROY 

Ann is active in C.Y.O., Sodality, and 
Girl Scouts. ..enjoys sewing. ..dislikes get- 
ting up in the morning. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; Gvm Team 11; Campus 
Rep. 11 




MARCIA E. CONROY 

Marcia... sweet and personable.. .active 
in her church group. Rainbow, and the 
Y.M.C. A. ...enjoys horseback riding and 
dancing. 

Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Glee Club 10. 11. 
12; Dramatic Club 10; Gym Team 11: 
Campus 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; 
Honors 10, 11 




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RONALD D. CONTOIS 

Ron hopes someday to become a mil- 
lionaire.. .enjoys sports of all types.. .can 
often be found working at the First Na- 
tional. ..dislikes snobs and skinny girls. 




CHRISTINE M. CONVILLE 

Chris's sweet personality will aid her as 
a medical secretary. ..active in the St. 
Francis Drum and Bugle Corps and her 
C.Y.O. board. ..enjoys active sports. 

Spectrum Staff 10; Soph. Campus Staff; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11; F.H.A. 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 




STEVEN S. COREY 

Steve works part time at Curtis Farms... 
is an officer of Y. P. F.... enjoys sports, 
music, and photography. . plans to at- 
tend college.. .is most pleased whenWev- 
mouth wins its football games. 

A.Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Photography 
Club 12; Key Club 12; Reflector 12; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 12 





EDWARD B. CORKREN 

Ed likes hunting and playing football... 
reads science fiction. ..prefers to stay in 
bed in the morning. ..plans to become a 
technician. 



JAMES H. CORRIGAN 

Especially interested in gymnastics. ..is 
Master Counselor of DeMolay...Jim 
plans to attend Penn. State University. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 
11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 





JOAN M. CORSON 

When not occupied with her part-time 
job, Joan finds time to enjov skating, 
swimming, and attending dances... 
bound to be successful in her future 
endeavors. 

F.H.A. 10. 1 1; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 10 



HELEN F. COTTELL 

Helen is a member of C.Y.O. ...dislikes 
conceited boys and people who are two- 
faced. 

Mr. Whitmore's Sec't. 12; Fashion Show 
10; Pep Club 12 





CARY S. COVENEY 
Rory is an active member of C.Y.O. 
Wrestling 11, 12; A.Y. Club 11. 12 




BENJAMIN H. COWLES 

Ben's special interest is his Ford 
convertible. ..dislikes bullies. ..works af- 
ter school. 




DOROTHY E. CRAVEN 

Enjoys sailing and sewing... Dottie is an 
active C.Y.O. member. 

Mr. DiSessa's Sec't. 12; Intramurals 10: 
Cafeteria Worker 12; Fashion Show 11 

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ROBERT W. CRAVEN, JR. 

Bill builds cars. ..particularly interested 
in Pontiacs... critical of women drivers. 
He also enjoys swimming and skating. 

Open House 11, 12 




KENNETH W. CRAW FORI). JR. 

Ken, an Acolyte. ..was a football man- 
ager at his former school in F'.wa Beach, 
Hawaii. He also enjoys acting. 

Football Mangr. 10. 1 1 







PATRICIA L. CRONIN 

A member of C.V. ().... Pat sews and does 
secretarial work for enjoyment. ..dislikes 
conceited people. 

Honors 10, 11; Fashion Show 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 12 





ROBERT II. CRONIN 

A friendly person. ..you could find Bob 
under a car or racing with the W'essa- 
gussett Yacht Club. 

Cross Country 10; Band 10, 11, 12: 
A.V. Club 11; Camera Club 12 



JOHN R. CRONK 

John... interested in working in the sheet 
metal trade. ..likes good-looking cars... 
cnjovs sports. ..will surely succeed in 
some form of higher education. 

Student Government 10, 11; Open 
House 10; Office Duty 11 





LEONARD W. CROOKS 

Lenny works at Curtis Farms. ..enjoys 
working on cars, especially Fords. Dis- 
likes include girls who smoke andChev- 
rolets. 



EDWIN C. CROSBY 

Butch enjoys football along with many 
other sports. ..spends his spare time 
working on cars and playing pool. 





ROBERT CRUICKSHANKS 

A DeMolay member and employee at 
the Chef's Hat, Bob finds time to enjoy 
sports especially fishing. . . dislikes snob- 
bish and selfish people. 

Chorus 10; M.I.T. Summer Course 10; 
Honors 10, 11 




JOHN R. CUGNO, JR. 

Ocho enjoys skin diving and swimming 
...has an aversion for loud cars and 
noisy people. He will find future success 
in the Air Force. 

Football 10; Track 10; Gymnastics 10, 
11; Cafeteria Worker 11, 12 




LAURENCE J. CULLIVAN, JR. 

Larry's avid interest in drafting and 
house designing will benefit him greatly 
in the future. He is an active member of 
C.Y.O. and enjoys skiing. 

Band 10, 11, 12 



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KATHERIXE S. CUNNIFF 

Susan spends her spare time sailing 
and attending dances. ..dislikes people 
who drive recklessly. 

Fashion Show 10; Teachers Conven- 
tion W aitress 10, 11; Mrs. Swain's Sec't. 
12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Sr. Party Comm. 




MARY J. CUNNINGHAM 

Mare's favorite pastimes are skating 
and modern dancing. ..likes amiable 
people and dislikes hypocrites. ..partici- 
pates in C.Y.O. 

Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 
11; Cheerleader 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Re- 
flector 1 1 



EDWARD J. CURLEY 

Ed has a special interest in photography 
...a member of C.Y.O. and an active 
participant in his C.Y.O. bowling team. 
He is very enthusiastic about playing 
the guitar. 

Camera Club 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





MICHAEL F. CURRAX 

A sports enthusiast and C.Y.O. presi- 
dent.. .Mike plans to enter the field of 
teaching. 

Honors 10; Student Gov't. 10; Campus 
Sales Staff 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 
12; Basketball 10; Student Council 10, 
11, Vice-Pres. 12; Re/lector Sales Staff 
12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



EDWARD R. CURTIX 

Ed likes all kinds of sports, especially 
hockey... spends much of his spare time 
working on cars. ..active member of 
C.Y.O. ...played on the Sacred Heart 
baseball team. 





JEAXNE E. CURTIX 

A friendly girl. ..Jeanne enjoys sewing, 
dancing, and listening to records. Part- 
time work as a counter girl at the Presi- 
dential Plaza keeps her busy. 



MARIE M. CURTIN 

A busy girl. ..Marie participates in 
sports and a drum corps besides work- 
ing in Quincy... would like to enter the 
field of business. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Honors 10, 11; Tennis 
Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; Sec't. 12 




SUSAX P. DALY 

Likes horseback riding, dancing, and 
football games. ..dislikes snobs and dull 
pencils. ..outside school Sue participates 
in C.Y.O. and works. 

Gym Team 10. 11. 12; History Club 
11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Ski Club 12; Bye. 
Bye, Birdie 



PAUL E. DAXIELE 

Energetic and eager. ..Paul especially 
likes '55 Chevys...will drive on to suc- 
cess in the electronics engineering field... 
working occupies his spare time. ..he 
dislikes staying after school. 




LINDA M. DAXKSEWICZ 

A future hairdresser "Lynn" likes book- 
keeping and is a volunteer worker at 
South Shore Hospital. ..dislikes hair- 
spray, lipstick and conceited people. 

F.H.A. 10; Chorus 10; Sec t, for Miss 
Yining 12 




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DEBORAH A. DANUBIO 

Debbie likes to dance and act. ..also 
likes Italian food, friendly people, and 
antique cars. ..dislikes insincere and con- 
ceited people.. .a member of C.Y.O. and 
Sacred Heart Chorus. 

Talent Show 10, 11; Debating Team 
10; Bye, Bye, Birdie 




CAROL A. DARLING 

Carol likes to spend her time sewing... 
also a friendly volunteer at Quincy City 
Hospital. 

Honors 10, 11; Campus Sales Staff 10; 
F.N.A. Corr. Sec't. 11, Pres. 12; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Pep Club 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



LINDA | DARLING 

Thoughtful and courteous... Linda is an 
active member of Rainbow. 

Fashion Show 10; Teachers 'Convention 
10, 11; Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12 




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JOSEPH E. DARU 

Cars, cars, cars are on Joe's mind. ..has 
an avid interest In changing engines in 
Chevrolets. Working after school will 
surely give him experience in any job 
he undertakes in the future. 



GEORGE L. DAUPHINEE 

Quiet but friendly. ..George has particu- 
lar interest in sports. Outside ol school 
he can many times be found fishing. 
Chemistry is his favorite subject. ..a bug 
on cars. 





CARLETON W. DAVIS, JR. 

Conservative and considerate.. .Carl's 
special interest is the field of electronics. 
Math and science are his favorite sub- 
jects. 

Electronics Club 10; A.V. Club 10, 11, 
12 



CHARLES W. DEACON 

Quiet and studious. ..Chuck enjovs hunt- 
ing and fishing in his spare time. His 
outside activities include the National 
Rille Association and a hockey league. 

High Honors 10. Honors 11; Chemis- 
try Club 11; Ski Club 11, 12: Kev 
Club 12 





DENNIS DEADY 

Friendly and thoughtful. ..Dennis spends 
his time working on cars. ..perhaps a 
career in automotive engineering will 
follow after high school. ..works after 
school. 

Lunch Duty 10, 11, 12 



HUGH J. DELEHAN TV 

Lively and outgoing. ..Bimbo especiallv 
likes drama, folksinging, and creative 
writing. He is an active participant in 
C.Y.O. and Boy Scouts. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; Math Club 10, 11, 
12; English Club 10, 11; Debate Club 
10, 12; Key Club 11, 12; One Act Plays 
11; Mass. Drama Festival 11; 
J.M.S.V.C. Tutor 12; Tennis 11, 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 
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MARC S. De LOREY 

Fun-loving Marc enjoys all types of 
music and can often be found on a 
dance floor demonstrating a new step. 
President of his C.Y.O. and a member of 
Explorers. ..he has an appreciation for 
fine clothes. 

Soph. Play; Student Gov't. 10; Gymnas- 
tics 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 




JOHN C. DELUCA 

A hockev enthusiast, Duke also enjoys 
other sports. Fords and music consti- 
tute his main interests as well as partici- 
pating in his C.Y.O. group.. .conceited 
people don't rate very high with him. 

Varsitv Hockey 10, 11, 12 




JANICE DEL VECCHIO 

Always smiling. ..Janice hopes to attend 
U. of Mass. and become a social work- 
er. Close games, as long as Wey- 
mouth's ahead, are always fun in her 
estimation. Bound to be successful lor 
her assets are many. 

Office Worker 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10. 11. 
12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student Coun- 
cil 10; Student Activity 10 




DONNA A. De MASO 

A very personable girl.. .Donna aspires 
to become a secretary in the future. 
Right now she finds bowling, skating, 
and attending football games her main 
interests. 





HOWARD A. DEMPSEY. JR. 

Howard plans to cook his way to suc- 
cess after he graduates from chef's 
school in the future. ..member of C.Y.O. 
...works at the South Shore Hospital. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12; Open House 
10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10; Office Duty 
10, 11, 12; Student Council 12 



DENISE J. De NITTO 

After school Denise may be found work- 
ing at the Sweet Shoppe, where she 
greets all her customers with a smile. 
Upon graduation, attending business 
college is anticipated. ..presently bowling 
is a favorite pastime. 




SANDRA A. DePARI 

College and a career as a nurse com- 
pose Sandie's future plans. ..people who 
worry too much annoy her. 

Pep Club 10; Library Staff 10; Honors 
10, 11; English Club 10: Chorus 10. 
11; F.N. A. 11, 12; Fashion Show 10; 
Glee Club 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
11; Campus 11. 12 



MARY LEE Des CHAMPLAIN 

Lee's w-arm personality will make her a 
sure success as a medical secretary. She 
enjoys exciting football games. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; 
French Assembly 10; Gvm Team 10; 
Mr. Campbell's Lab Ass't. 12; F.N. A. 
12; Reflector Adv't. Staff 12 





CAMERON K. DEWAR 

An avid athlete. ..Chip is also scholasti- 
cally inclined. ..college plans lie in his 
future. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Basketball 10, 
11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Class Pres. 11, 12; Football 10. 11. 12: 
Junior Usher 




CHARLES F. DIBBLE, III 

Surfing and dancing constitute a good 
deal of F'red's outside activities. His 
quiet nature is an outstanding personal- 
ity trait. 




DANIELLE A. DiBONA 

Dani plans to attend nursing school 
after graduation... marching for die Sir 
Thomas Moore Drum and Bugle Corps 
or working as a volunteer at the Quincy 
City Hospital take up much of her spare 
time. ..dislikes tardv people. 

Riding Club 11: Mrs. Hovle's Sec't. 12 



MICHELLE S. DiBONA 

Friendlv and outgoing. ..Michelle enjoys 
her summer vacations spent at the Cape. 
During the winter she is active inC.Y.O. 
After graduation she plans to enter 
I.B.M. school where she won't have 
homework to do on the weekends. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12 




MARIANNE DIGGINS 

Animals, outdoors, and horseback 
riding.. .Marianne enjoys them all. She 
is an active 4-H Club member. ..dislikes 
being stuck indoors all day. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Riding Club 11, Treas. 
12 




ROSALIE A. DlGRAVIO 

Pins and rollers will dominate Lee's 
future as a hairdresser. ..hopes she won't 
find too many conceited people to work 
with. In her spare time she enjoys 
dancing and participating in C.Y.O. 
activities. 

Campus Rep. 1 1 





JACQUELYN DINGWALL 

Always ready to help . Jacky is already 
an outstanding figure in thecommunitv. 
She makes many new friends in her 
church youth group and Horizon Club 
...leads the W eymouth Rainbow Assem- 
bly as worthy advisor. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10; 
Reflector 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Rye, Rye, Rirdie; Hon- 
ors 10, 11; Sr. Party Comm. 



STEPHANIE A. DININO 

If Steph is not exercising her "green 
thumb" in the garden, she may be 
found enjoying her collection of Italian 
dolls. 

Honors 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12 





EUGENE G. DINNEEN, JR. 

At home in the water. ..Chip finds sum- 
mer activities most enjoyable. After 
school he works at Bradlee's and de- 
votes some time to C.Y.O.... admires peo- 
ple who tell the truth. 

library Staff 10; Honors 10 



DOROTHY E. DODGE 

When Dot isn't busily working in 
Loud's Gift Shop, she can probably be 
found horseback riding. This past sec- 
retary of the Weymouth 4-H Club plans 
to major in psychology in college. 

Honors 10, 11; Riding Club 10, 11, 12; 
Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 
11, 12; English Club 11, 12; Reflector 
Adv't. Staff 12; J.M.S.Y.C. Tutor 12 





RICHARD L. DOHERTY 

Dobie will be flying high after he joins 
the Air Force... enjoys all sports and 
auto racing. Hunting, horseback 
riding, and baseball take up most of 
his spare time. 

Office Dutv 1 1 



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THOMAS E. DOLAN 

Tom is active in C.Y.O. by participating 
in basketball and by being a member of 
the St. Francis Xavier Drum and Bugle 
Corps. ..he hopes to further his educa- 
tion. ..particularly enjoys meeting peo- 
ple. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; Rye, Bye, Birdie 




ROBERT M. DONAHUE, JR. 

Bob, a hockey and water sports enthu- 
siast, hopes to attend college and be- 
come an architect. In the music world, 
he considers the "Supremes" to be on 
top. ..dislikes snobbish girls. 

Football 10: Dramatic Club 10; Gvm 
Team 11; Kev Club 12; Ski Club 12 



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MARK E. DONELAN 

A future medical student... Mark is a 
member of C.Y.O. and spends his spare 
time enjoying baseball, football, and 
ice skating. ..objects to people with no 
spirit. 

Honors 10, 11; Student Council 11, 12; 
Soph. Party Chairman; Jr. Party 
Comm.; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Key Club 
Yice-Pres. 12; C.S.F. 11, 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Pep Club 12; 
Campus 12; Lab Ass't. 12 




JEAN M. DONOHUE 

Jeanne likes autumn in Vermont and 
butter pecan ice cream. An active mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. and a member of the Cul- 
tural Committee, she hopes to attend 
Chamberlain College for fashion design 
and interior decorating. 

Gym Team 10, 11; Pep Club 12 



ROBERT DONOVAN 

Better known as Dusty, Robert likes 
tennis, movies, and good books.. .col- 
legiate clothes and cars are his specialty 
...he dislikes chemistry. ..drugstore work 
and C.Y.O. occupy his after-school time. 

Basketball 10; Tennis 10, 11. 12 





JEAN E. DORE 

Talkative Jeannie enjoys reading and 
every kind of music. .anything Italian 
pleases her... deceitful people annoy her 
...Jeannie works at a drug store and 
hopes to go to a junior college next 
year. 

Teachers Convention 10; Ski Club 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



STEVEN J. DOUCETTE 

When not working at Liggett 's Drugs or 
participating in C.Y.O. activities, Steve 
is usually found roller-skating or ice- 
skating in Weymouth rinks. 




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ROBERT H. DOUGLAS 

After college Bob's goal is engineering. 
He likes all sports, especially tennis and 
track. He is a C.Y.O. basketball mem- 
ber. 

Cross Country 10. 11; Basketball 10; 
Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 
11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; High Hon- 
ors 10; Honors 1 1 



ELAINE M. DOWD 

Elaine attracts many people with her 
radiant smile and happy disposition. 
She is interested in gymnastics. ..likes 
happy and friendly people. 

Honors 10, 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 





JAMES G. DOWELL 

Auto racing is high on Chub's list for 
likes. ..also enjoys most sports, boating 
and skiing.. .has an aversion for people 
without a sense of humor. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 1 1 



DAVID W. DOWLING 

Dave possesses great artistic talent and 
plans to make a career of art. He dis- 
likes homework. 

Band 10; Reflector Art Staff 1 1, Art Ed. 
12 




SUSAN M. DOWNING 

Sue's interests include Softball and 
C.Y.O. Alter graduating she plans to 
enter business school and become an ac- 
countant. Sue dislikes conceited people 
and people who don't call when they're 
supposed to. 

Pep Club 11. 12: F.B.L.A. 12 




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FREDERICK J. DREW 

In his spare time Fred enjoys tinkering 
with cars. He dislikes conceited people. 

Wrestling 11, 12; Gymnastics 10 



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NEIL E. DUNCLIFFE 

Neil is friendly, intellectual, and always 
ready to help. He plans to enter the 
diplomatic corps after college. Neil's 
interests include U.S. History, golf, and 
other sports. 

Soph. Activities Coram.; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Cross Country 11, 12: Campus 
12 



B ARB AHA A. OUNLOP 

Barb. ..neat and sincere... sure to be a 
success as a nurse.. .enjoys skiing, ten- 
nis, and swimming.. .belongs to C.Y.O. 
...also a volunteer at South Shore Hos- 
pital. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 





NANCY L DURGIN 

Richie.. .especially enjoys bowling and 
horses... active in Civil Air Patrol and 
a bowling league... service for others in 
the Peace Corps will please her. 

F.H.A. 10; Riding Club 11; A.Y. Club 
11, 12 



JOYCE L. DUTSON 

Dutsie...fond of sewing and dancing... 
works hard and will continue to in the 
future.. .conceited boys beware ! 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; Shorthand Cert. 
60 





ELAINE M. 1)\YYER 

Elaine... reader and bowler. ..will some 
day be at the head of a class as a teach- 
er. ..belongs to C.Y.O. and Horizon 
Club. 

Pep Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 
12 



LINDA C. DU'YER 

Lin plans to be a secretary. ..likes people 
who like to laugh. ..works in a nursing 
home as an aide in her spare time. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





VIRGINIA M. DU'YER 

Ginny likes people and sports. ..also 
likes to talk. ..active in C.Y.O.... still un- 
decided about her future. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.Y.C. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Hon- 
ors 10, 11; Glee Club 11, 12; Ski Club 
11, 12; Talent Show 10, 11 



LARRY C. DYER 

Commercial diving will be U'ink's key 
to future success. ..interests in skin diving 
and scuba diving will surely aid him in 
reaching this goal...cabinetmaking oc- 
cupies his extra time. 

Sr. Party Comm. 
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SALLY A. DYER 

Sally, a quiet girl, teaches Sunday 
school in her spare time.. .likes to cook 
and dance. 

Bookkeeping Cert. 11; F.H.A. 12 




BRUCE P. EATON 

Bruce will be seen on the campus of 
the Franklin Institute of Technology 
after graduation. ..sports of any kind 
interest him. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Spring Track 10. 11. 12; Winter Track 
10; Monitor 11. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



MARY ANNE EATON 

Mary Anne wants to be a stenographer 
in the future.. .likes friendly people and 
enjoys football. 

F.H.A. 10; Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr. 
McCarthy's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ELAINE EDGREN 

Becoming an airline stewardess lies 
ahead for Elaine. ..she presently works 
at the Colonial Nursing Home in her 
spare time. 

Pep Club 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 





LORRAINE D. EDSON 

Lorraine is a member of Rainbow. ..dis- 
likes unfriendly people.. .plans to be a 
stenographer. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Miss Dunning 's Sec't. 
11; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Miss Cur- 
ran's Sec't. 12 



DL\NE S. EDWARDS 

Didi is a member of C.Y.O....she would 
like to be either an airline stewardess 
or secretary after graduation. 

Fashion Show 11; Shorthand Certs. 60, 
80; Mr. Ghiorse's Sec't. 12 





CAROLYN J. ELDER 

Carrie has a special interest in lan- 
guages. ..is a member of Rainbow. ..dis- 
likes cliques. 

Chorus 10, 11. 12; English Club 10, 11: 
Glee Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, Sec't. 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; 
Campus 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.;H.R. 
Mesngr. 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



STEPHEN F. ELDRIDGE 

Steve enjoys both types of skiing... at- 
tended Waterford High School in Water- 
ford, Conn. 

Cross Country 10; Ski Club 12; Debate 
Club 12; Key Club 12 





THERESA M. ELLIS 

Tessie, with her winning smile and great 
personality, will surely brighten the 
lives ol her future pupils. ..enjoys music 
and dancing... member of C.Y.O.... work- 
ing in a library occupies some of her 
spare time. 

Honors 10. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11; Campus Photography Staff 
11. 12 




ISABELLE M. ESPEJO 

"Isy"...a girl with a good future ahead 
for her in any job because of her friend- 
liness and sincerity. ..enjoys art.. .a part- 
time job occupies most of her time out- 
side of school. 

Dance Comm. 10 




DENNIS C. EVANS 

Friendly... Duke enjoys listening to all 
modern music. .especially likes the Roll- 
ing Stones. 

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EDWARD J. EVANS 

Ed. ..fun-loving and enthusiastic. ..in the 
summer can usually be seen at the 
beach. ..all sports interest him. 

Football 10; Winter Track 10, 11; Ski 
Club 12; Wrestling Team 12; Pep Club 
12 




JAMES P. EWEN 

Jim is an all around athlete and an 
outgoing person. ..favorite summer 
sports are swimming and water skiing 
...does some work in public speaking... 
has participated on his C.Y.O.'s Arch- 
diocesan Council. 

Hockey 10; Spectrum Co-editor 10; Re- 
flector H.R. Rep. 10; Opening Ex. 10; 
Wrestling 11; Key Club 12; Public 
Speaking 12; Sr. Party Comm.; Sr. 
Num. Comm. 




PAUL G. FAGAN 

Friendly and courteous... Paul takes an 
avid interest in history. ..an active par- 
ticipant in C.Y.O. 

Campus Sales Stall 1 1 





JAMES H. FARMER 

First the service, then a career as an off- 
set press operator will follow in the fu- 
ture for James. ..boats, skiing, football, 
and printing rate high with him. He is 
a member of C.Y.O. basketball. 

Football 10; Open House 10, 11 



ROBERT G. FARNHAM 

Robert's interest in music is expressed 
by his playing the saxophone, clarinet, 
and organ. ..enjoys roller-skating and 
water sports. ..going to dances occupies 
his time also. 





ANDREW K. FAR RAR 

Weight-lifting and football games are 
among his favorite pastimes.. .Andy is 
active in C.Y.O. ...dislikes girls who 
wear too much make-up. ..plans to enter 
service or attend college. 

Gym Team 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



SUSAN C. FARRAR 

Pleasant and friendly. ..Susan will 
brighten the lives of her future patients. 

Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Re/lector 12; 
F.N.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski Club 12 





LINDA E. FASS 

Linda marches in the Sacred Heart Drill 
Team. She enjoys stamp collecting and 
art.. .member of C.Y.O.. ..listening to rec- 
ords and dancing fill her spare time. 

Pep Club 12 




SUSAN M. FAUSTINT 

Sue.. .a ready Iriend... enjoys dancing 
and is a sports enthusiast. ..hopes to 
enter a career in medicine.. .is annoyed 
bv cheaters who don't get caught. 

Student Activity Comm. 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Majorette 11: Jr. Party Comm.: 
Pep Club 12: Cheerleading 12; Campus 
11, 12 




DOUGLAS L. FERRELL 

Doug, a sports enthusiast. ..plays the 
guitar in a band. ..likes to see happy 
people ..dislikes sitting alphabetically in 
study. This is Doug's fifth year in 
church basketball. 



Reflector H.R. Rep. 
Comm. 



12; Sr. Prom 



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LAURA J. FERRISI 

Laura. ..avid football fan. ..enjoys all 
sports. ..will someday be seen helping the 
sick as a nurse. 

Honors 10; Ski Club 11; F.N.A. 11; 
Campus 10, 11, 12; Tutor 12 




CHARLES V. FERRUZZA 

Charlie.. .plans to build a firm future for 
himself as an architect. ..likes to take 
long trips. ..is a member of C.Y.O.... 
bowls on a winning team. 



MICHAEL S. FIJOL 

Mike. . . fu n-loving. . . enjoys athletics. . . be- 
longs to Y.M.C.A. 

Track 10, 11; Football 10, 11; Wres- 
tling 10 





AVIS R. FINCH 

Avis enjoys dancing... is a sports fan... 
likes friendly people and dislikes snobs. 

Office Worker 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Mr. 
Dempsey's Sec't. 



JOAN M. FITZGERALD 

"Fitzie"...will take her place as a secre- 
tary. ..enjoys all kinds of sports, espe- 
cially football. ..is a member of C.Y.O. 





MAUREEN M. FITZGERALD 

Moe... sweet and lively. ..is happiest 
when she's collecting stamps, paintings, 
and ice-skating.. .enjoys playing in the 
high school band. ..will have a bright 
future. 



F.B.L.A. 11; Tutor 11 



Band 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 



ELAINE V. FIYEASH 

Elaine enjoys folksinging and writing. 
A pleasant personality. ..participated in 
the South East District Music Festival... 
she works as a waitress at the Hotel 
Kenmore. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Talent Show 10, 11; High Honors 10, 
11; Glee Club 11, 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 





PHILIP J. FLAHERTY 

Phil. ..good-natured and friendly.. .en- 
joys tennis, journalism, and music. An 
active C.Y.O. council member and a 
member of a dixie band, "Banjo Bud- 
dies." 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 10; 
One Act Play 11; Key Club 11. 12; 
Theater Arts Club 12 



PAUL V. FLEMING, JR. 

Paul would like to be a veterinarian... 
an enjoyable personality. ..he can really 
play the drums.. .a C.Y.O. member and 
winter sports enthusiast. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Gymnastic Team 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 




LINDA J. FLETCHER 

Lin...a friend to all. ..likes dancing, ice- 
skating, and swimming. Her favorite 
toods are pizza and subs. 

Cafeteria Worker 12 




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KATHLEEN E. FOGG 

Kathy...a smart girl with a variety of 
interests. ..likes modern art, folk music, 
coffee houses, antique jewelry, ice-skat- 
ing, swimming, and reading. 

Pep Club 10; Relector 10, 11, 12; Eng- 
lish Club 10; Open House 10; Open Ex. 
11, 12; High Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 12; 
Theater Arts Club 12 



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KEVIN J. FOLEY 

Kev is a friendly and likable boy. He 
likes all kinds of sports. His activities 
outside of school include active C.Y.O. 
membership. ..does not like to get up in 
the morning. 



CHESTER S. FORD 

..a good student and friendly 
He is especially interested in 
He is president of the P. F. and 



Scotty 
boy. 
sports 
a DeMolay member. 



Spring Track 10; Math Team 10, 11; 
Math Club 12, Sec't. 10, 11; J.M.S.Y.C. 
10, 11. Chairman 12: Junior L'sher 1 1 



ROBERT D. FORD 

Bob plans to further his education at 
college. ..his favorite subject is history... 
taking pictures and collecting stamps 
keep him busv...he detests getting up 
early. 

Speed Reading 10, 11. 12; A.Y. Club 
10: History Club 11 






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MABEL C. FORD 

May. ..sincere and helpful. ..keeps busy 
as the secretary of her church fellowship, 
as a member oi Rainbow, and as a Sun- 
day school teacher. 

Pep Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Math 
Club 11; J.M.S.Y.C. 11. 12 



ROBERT FORGIOXE 

Dances, friendly people, Chews, and 
sports are just a few of Fudge's many 
interests. ..he can often be found on the 
dance floor demonstrating the latest 
step. 



BARBARA A. FORRESTER 

Politeness is a quality that Barbie ad- 
mires in people. When not working as 
a volunteer at the Quincv Hospital, she 
finds enjoyment in roller-skating, danc- 
ing, bowling, tennis, and other sports... 
a member of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10 





TERESA A. PORTUNATO 

Happy and gay. ..bowling, dancing, 
and swimming are tops with Terry.. .she 
may often be found working at the Cap- 
itol Supermarket. ..frowns on conceit. 

Honors 10, 11; Mrs. Diment's and 
Miss Fay's Sec't. 12: ShorthandCert.il 



GLORLA J. FOWLER 

"Glo" admires people who stand up for 
their rights and opinions. Always at- 
tractive.. .her main interests are model- 
ing and teaching. Insincerity and 
cliques annoy her. 

Dramatic Club 10, 12; Shorthand Cert. 
11; Ski Club 12; Gymnastics 1 1; Chorus 
10; Sr. Party Comm. 
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ROBERT I. FRAZAR 

After majoring in physical education at 
college, Robert would like to go on to 
teaching. When not busy practicing for 
the band, water skiing, swimming, and 
sailing are activities that he enjoys. 

Band 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 12; Winter 
Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 
12 




LINDA A. KRAZIER 

Linda enjoys reading, especially about 
history. ..also likes to play tennis and 
other sports. ..dislikes boys with long 
hair and extreme dress. She plans to 
attend college after graduation. ..works 
as a senior page at Tufts Library. 

High Honors 10, 11; French Club 10 




GLENN K. FULLER 

"Fulsy" is active in all sports, especial- 
ly basketball and football. ..can be found 
watching most sports events or playing 
pool... interest in electronics will perhaps 
lead him to a career in this field. 

Open House 10 




JOAN D. FURLONG 

Always smiling. Joanie enjoys physics 
most and works hard in the lab. ..loves 
to bowl and eat pizza. ..appreciates good 
manners and is first to use them. ..active 
in church fellowship and Rainbow. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11; Pep Club 11, 12; Phvsics Lab AssY 
12; .Math Club 12; Honors 10, 11 





LORETTA E. GALANTE 

Gymnastics and dramatics hold Loret- 
ta's interests... likes personable boys 
while conceited ones bother her. Loretta 
is a member of C.Y.O. 

Gymnastics 11; Secretary 12 



PENELOPE B. GALE 

Penny hopes to enter nurses' training 
after graduating, a field in which she 
will certainly find success.. .enjoys roller 
skating. ..an active member of Rainbow. 

Pep Club 12; Riding Club 12; F.N. A. 12 




JOSEPH K. GALLANT 

An all-around fellow who loves all 
sports. Ken especially enjoys playing 
basketball. He also likes music, and 
also plays piano. His main dislike is 
conceited people. 

Mangr. of Football Team 10; J. V. Base- 
ball 10, 11 



KENNETH S. GARDNER 

When not occupied with his job, Kenny 
finds time to enjoy basketball. His spe- 
cial interests include cars and girls. 





PAUL H. GARFAGNA 

"Saboo"... would like to travel after the 
service.. .occupies his spare time hunting 
and horseback riding.. .especially enjoys 
printing.. .dislikes cliques. 

Office Duty 10; Open House 10. 11. 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 




HELEN A. GARVEY 

A personable girl, Helen will surely find 
success in whatever field she chooses. In 
the hot summer months she is often 
found swimming or water-skiing at one 
of the local beaches. 

Spectrum Art Staff 10; Ski Club 11. 12 




SHEILA A. GATTO 

Easy to please.. .Sheila plans to become 
a nurse, a profession in which she will 
be successful. She likes happy people 
and has no dislikes...a C.Y.O. member. 

Library Staff 10; Campus Sales Staff 
11; F.N.A. 12; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. 
Party Comm. 

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GLENN V. GAUDREAU 

Plays the trumpet and enjoys Jazz... 
Glenn likes science, Fop Art, and read- 
ing.. .plays a fine game of tennis. Glenn 
is active in DeMolay. 

Band 10, 1 1, 12; Math Club 11; Tennis 
Team 1 1 




KENNETH F. GAUGHEN 

After graduation, Ken plans to study 
accounting. He will surely succeed in 
that field of business. Ken enjoys all 
types of sports, but he does admit that 
he prefers basketball and baseball over 
the others. He is an active member in 
theC.Y.O. 



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RICHARD C. GAZO 

Rick is an individualist. Among many 
other things he enjoys skydiving... he 
dislikes people who talk too much. Ac- 
tive in C.Y.O. he plays baseball and 
basketball. ..is certain to score in college. 

Football 10; Baseball 10; Basketball 10 



SALLY ANN GELO 

Sally is the secretary of her youth 
group. She is a member of the Wey- 
mouth and Hingham Bible Clubs. In 
her spare time she can be found sewing 
or ice-skating. 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; H.R.Mesngr. 
10; F.H.A. 12; Library Ass't. 12 




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THOMAS E. GEDDIS 

"Tiger".. .working on cars keeps him 
quite busy...Chevys rate high on his 
list. ..dislikes Fords. ..swimming and 
boating are two of his favorite pastimes. 



CAROLE A. GEORGE 

Talkative and friendly. .Carole likes 
neat-looking boys. ..can be found danc- 
ing at the Surf.. .works as a cashier for 
Stop & Shop. ..active in C.Y.O., she 
played in the C.Y.O. Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Game.. .boys who are conceited do 
not score with her. 

Chorus 10; Cap and Gown Comm. 



PATRICIA A. GERRIOR 

Pat is full of boundless energy. ..she at- 
tended the 1965 Girl Scout Roundup in 
Idaho last summer. ..dislikes getting up 
in the morning. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11; H.R. Mesngr. 10, 11; Girl's Chorus 
11, 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; High Honors 
10; Honors 11 





DIANE C. GERRISH 

Petite and friendly. ..Minny. who is care- 
free and outgoing, dislikes working. 
Her wonderful personality will make 
her many friends as a secretary. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11: Short- 
hand Certs. 60. 80, 100; Student Coun- 
cil 10 



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ELAINE R. GIAMPIETRO 

Gaba likes collegiate bovs...enjovs danc- 
ing, reading, and skiing.. .always talk- 
ing. A member of C.Y.O. and Chi Rho 
...dislikes snobby, conceited people who 
crack their knuckles. 

Library Ass t. 10; Pep Club 10, 11. 12: 
English Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
F.H.A. 12; Reflector Rep. 11; H.R. 
Mesngr. 10 




MARK J. GIFFORD 

Giff has a strong aversion for home- 
work. ..an active member of the drum 
corps. ..aspires to become wealthy. ..will 
surelv have a successful future. 



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ELIZABETH GILBERT 

Betsy has a warm, affectionate person- 
ality which reaches everyone. She spent 
a year in Japan... active in C.Y.O. 

English Club 10, 12; F.T.A. 11, Pres. 
12; Pep Club 12 



WILLIAM B. GILBERT 

Bill is very interested in auto racing... 
the threat of the draft bothers him. ..dis- 
likes school lunches. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



DERELYX H. GILLIS 

A quiet, thoughtful girl, Derrie likes 
people who are sincere... dislikes conceit- 
ed people... active in Rainbow, she's 
quiet until you really get to know her. 





MADELEINE L. GILLIS 

A future airline stewardess.. .Madeleine's 
cheerful smile and bubbling personality 
will bring her success. Football games 
and '56 Chevys are her loves.. .a mem- 
ber of Pilgrim Fellowship. 



JOHN J. GLOVER 

A serious-minded boy who has a musi- 
cal interest... active participant in his 
church C.Y.O....his friendly smile will 
win him manv friends. 

Key Club 11. 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Gymnastics 11 





JOHN A. GLYNN, JR. 

As a member of the Naval Reserves, 
Jag intends to continue with it as a ca- 
reer.. .is annoyed by slow women drivers 
...occupies his spare time with working 
and photography. 

Open House 10, 11. 12; Office Dutv 11. 
12 



JULIE A. GOOCH 

Julie's warm and sincere personality 
has won her many friends at Weymouth 
High...a member of C.Y.O. and many 
school activities. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; J.M.S.Y.C. 11, 12; Cam- 
pus 11, 12; Library Staff 11, 12; Honor 
Roll 10, 11; Tutor 11; Pep Club 11, 
Sec't. 12 





PAUL D. GOODHUE 

Paul's many interests include cars, mu- 
sic, boating, skiing, fishing, surfing, 
and architectural drafting.. .also a mem- 
ber of his church fellowship group and 
DeMolay. 

Band 10. 11. 12; A.Y. Club 10. 12: 
Cafeteria Monitor 10; Cafeteria Worker 
12; Senior Play 11: Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



WILLIAM E. GOODHUE 

Bill is a firm believer in having fun at 
all times.. .a member of his C.Y.O.. ..his 
dislikes include detention and boredom. 
His future plans are to attend college 
and become a lawyer. 

Dramatic Club 10; Chorus 10, 11; Pep 
Club 12; Debate Club 12 




CHARLES E. GOOD ROW 

Charlie, always cheerful, is an avid car 
enthusiast. However, he prefers cars 
which move fast, as do most teenage 
boys. In his spare time he can be found 
working on motors. 

Open House 10, 11, 12: Student Gov't. 
11, 12 



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RICHARD A. GOODWIN 

An all-around athlete, Dick participates 
in many outside activities... especially 
enjoys hunting, and swimming. He 
also is interested in the printing business 
and works part time for a printing 
agency. 




SANDRA L. GOODWIN 

Sandte... pretty and loquacious. ..plans 
a future in hairdressing...is irked by 
people who don't know what they are 
talking about. 



SUSAN A. GORDON 

Always happy. ..Sue appreciates people 
with a good sense of humor. A water- 
skiing enthusiast, she also enjoys riding 
in last Corvettes. 

F.B.L.A. 11 





ANA M. GORORDO 

Sincere and considerate.. .Nena is will- 
ing to help anyone at anytime. Read- 
ing is her favorite pastime. Outside of 
school she is a member of U.C.E., an 
association of Cuban exiles. 



JUDY E. GRAHAM 

Always on the go. ..enjoys reading... 
outside of school Judy can be found 
bowling. Fast cars and cute boys de- 
light her, but conceited people annoy 
her. 





ROBERT J. GREELEY 

An outgoing and witty personality... 
Bob is interested in dogs. Teased hair 
bothers him. 

Sr. Norn. Comm. 12 



DONNA M. GREEN 

Lively and enthusiastic... Donna can al- 
ways be found smiling. Dancing is her 
fancy. Snobby people annoy her. 

Dramatic Club 10; One Act Play 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 11; English Club 
11; Talent Show 11; F.H.A. 12; Bye, 
Bye, Birdie 



STEPHEN GREGG 

Intellect with a personality to match... 
Steve is delighted with people who dis- 
play school spirit. ..enjoys sports in gen- 
eral, especially basketball. 

Cross Country 10, 11; Capt. 12; Bas- 
ketball 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10,11, 
12; Sr. Prom Comm. 





MARK E. GREENWOOD 

A good-natured personality. ..partici- 
pates in a church basketball team... 
friendly people delight him. Mark is 
headed for a college education. 

Student Activities Comm. 10; Honors 
11; Pep Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



PAL LINE M. GRENTER 

A sincere person. ..bowling and skating 
are her favorite pastimes. Pauline 
works as a waitress outside of school. 
The teaching profession is her prefer- 
ence. 

Nom. Comm. 12 




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LINDA E. GRIGGS 

Quiet, and concerned about people... 
Linda is active in Rainbow. In her 
spare time she can be found working in 
a hospital. Honest and sincere people 
are her favorites... enjoys gymnastics 
and reading. 

Gym Team 10, 11; Riding Club 11; 
Campus Staff 11, 12 




KARL M. GRONBERG 

Karl, an accomplished guitar player, 
enjoys drawing and designing while he 
is not attending school. He applies his 
ideas while tinkering on automobiles. 
Karl is also an active member of his 
church fellowship. 

Football 10 




JOHN P. GROOVER 

Jack is an avid pool player. ..also en- 
joys bowling in his spare time.. .pizza is 
tops with him. 





ROBERT T. GROOVER 

Bob, upon completion of high school, 
hopes to enter the Navy. A cheerful 
and interesting guy, he may be found 
working on his car after school. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 11 



MARYANNE GUIDUCCI 

Mae, an expert seamstress, spends her 
spare time swimming if her hours at the 
G.E.M. store permit. Mae belongs to 
her church C.Y.O....has found that snob- 
by people and bossy boys annov her 
most. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 11; Fashion 
Show 12; F.H.A. 12 





DAVID P. GUILIANA 

Juju certainly will be a credit to his com- 
munity upon graduation. ..he is an all 
around guy who has many outside 
activities such as playing sandlot foot- 
ball. He seeks a career in electronics. 

Spring Football 10; Open House 10, 
11, 12 



JAMES P. GUSTAFSON 

Witty and cheerful, Gus hopes to further 
his education after graduation. A nor- 
mal American teenager, he likes money 
and pizza. He prefers girls who do not 
smoke. At the present, he works at the 
Connor Motor Company. 





JAMES F. GUTEKUNST 

Jim, mild-mannered and quiet, lists 
sports and music as his chief interests. 
He will complete his last year of high 
school here in Weymouth after moving 
from Great Neck in New York. 

Bye, Bye, Birdie 12 




PHILIP G. GUTEKUNST 

Music, basketball, calculus, Phil loves 
them all. Recently transferred from 
Great Neck, N.Y....Phil has easilv fitted 
in at Weymouth High. As far as Phil is 
concerned, prejudice has no place any- 
where. 

Bye, Bye, Birdie 12; Math Club 12 




JEANNE M. HACKETT 

A real "cut-up" on the ice.. Jeanne is a 
friendlv girl who includes the Theta 
Rho Girls among her activities. 

Honors 10 



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DIANE P. HALEY 

A singing enthusiast. ..Di appreciates 
sincerity. ..enjoys horseback riding and 
is a member of C.Y.O. 

Honors 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Campus Sec't. 12 



PATRICIA M. HALL 

A happv smile and matching personal- 
ity. ..Tato is a lively girl who loves life... 
outside activities include membership in 
C.Y.O. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12; Shorthand 
Certs. 60, 80; Miss Zimmerman's Sec't. 
12 





JOSEPH C. HAXEY 

Joe swings to the beat of the Beachboys 
...a sports enthusiast and active member 
of C.Y.O.. ..dislikes English Composi- 
tion. 

Cross Country 11; Winter Track 11; 
Tutor 11; Key Club 12 



TIMOTHY 0. HANIFAN 

Tim will build his way to success in the 
trade of carpentry. ..has a job after 
school.. .likes Corvettes and pizza. ..con- 
ceited people, be on vour guard ! 



Honors 10, 11; Pres., W.V.T.H.S. 
Student Gov't. Chairman 12 



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DENNIS K. HANLEY 

Dingo plays the lead guitar in a well- 
known band. ..an active member of 
Youth Fellowship. He enjovs listening 
to all singing groups, but the Ventures 
are his favorite.. .dislikes well-done steak 
and conceited girls. 

A.V. Club 10, 11; Chorus 10 



BRIAN G. HANLON 

Traveling is Jose's future plan. ..can be 
found skin diving, dancing, or any- 
where fun is. ..horseback riding and foot- 
ball occupy his spare time. 

Open House 10, 12; Office Duty 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





THOMAS F. HANLON 

One of Tommy's special interests is 
playing basketball for his C.Y.O., in 
which he is an active member. ..also 
likes the Rockin' Ramrods and Char- 
lie's pizza shop. 



RUTH E. HARDY 

Considerate people and attractive room 
decorations are two of Ruth's favorites. 
She enjoys sewing and has participated 
in school fashion shows.. .an active 
member of her church youth group and 
the Pioneer Girls. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; Mr. Medici's 
Sec't. 12 




JANET D. HARRINGTON 

Janet is a very active girl, participating 
in many school activities. At Thayer 
Academy she took a course in Chinese. 
Her outgoing personality is sure to lead 
her on to future success. 

Tennis Team 10; Opening Ex. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Reflector 10, 11, 12; 
English Club 10, 1 1; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 12 




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GAYLE M. HARRIS 

An active member in C.Y.O....Gayle is 
headed toward college. 

Intramural Basketball, Softball 10; Ski 
Club 11; Pep Club 12 



ROBERTA M. HASKELL 

An eager outdoors lover. ..Bobbie en- 
joys all sports. ..very fond of music. 

F.T.A. 11; Riding Club 11. 12; Ski 
Club 11, 12 



ELLEN C. HAWKINS 

Ellen, also known as Gidge, is interested 
in psychology. She likes people and the 
adventure of traveling. People who are 
insincere disturb her. She works at 
Olden 's Drugstore and is active in her 
church youth group. 

Gym Team 10, 11; Ski Club 11 



MARY A. HAYDEN 

Mary would like to go to college and 
become an elementary school teacher. 
She is also active in C.Y.O. 

Gym Team 10, 11; Ski Club 11; Riding 
Club 11; History Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; 
Shorthand Cert. 60; Cafeteria Worker 
11 
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WILLIAM K. HARRINGTON 

A sports enthusiast. ..Bill is bound to 
score well in the future. 

Baseball 10 



SUSAN E. HARTSKE 

Interested in home economics. ..Sue en- 
joys music, reading, and sports. 



JOHN A. HAUGHN, [R. 

Active in C.Y.O....John's special interests 
lie in tennis and school. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12 



GEORGE A. HAYDEN 

George is interested in wrestling and 
weightlifting. He admires the qualitv oi 
honesty and dislikes hypocrites. He is 
also active in the Y.M.C.A. 

Wrestling 12 



CATHERINE HAYWARD 

Cathy is interested in clothing design. 
She is vice-pres. of her C.Y.O. and is 
also a confraternity teacher. 

Honors 10, 11; English Club 10, 11; 
Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 
11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Gym Team 10, 
11; Cheerleader 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie: 
Sr. Partv Comm. 




MARIE E. HEFFERXAX 

Marie hopes to attend nursing school. 
She dislikes conceited people. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Adv't. 
Staff 12: F.X.A. 12 



EDWARD T. HENLEY, JR. 

An avid tennis player... Eddie is a mem- 
ber of the W eymouth Civic Band and 
has participated in the Greater Boston 
Junior Youth Symphony Orchestra. 

Band 10. 11. 12; Orchestra 10. 11. 12: 
Key Club 11, 12; Phvsics Lab Ass't. 11. 
12; Ski Club 12; Math Club 11. 12: 
Honors 10. 11 




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CHARLES F. HEGER 

Harley has a deep interest in all water 
sports. ..spends his spare time in the 
great outdoors, camping, hunting, and 
lishing.. . if he isn't found at these activi- 
ties, he's working at his part-time job. 





JOHX C. HEX LEV 

An active member of C.Y.O... Jack plays 
baseball for Weymouth High and the 
American Legion Baseball Team. 

Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12 



DOXALD L. HETHERIXGTON 

Master Counselor of South Shore De- 
Molay...Don hopes to further his educa- 
tion in the field of chemistry. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Electronics Club 
10: Jr. Party Comm. 





STAXLEY C. HILLS 

Water sports are Stan's special interests. 
A member of DeMolay...he dislikes 
English and economics. 

Electronics Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12: 
A.V. Club 12 



MICHAEL E. HOAR 

A sports enthusiast. ..Mike is a member 
of his C.Y.O. basketball team. ..also en- 
joys drawing. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 





BARBARA L. HOGAN 

Barbara is reserved but friendlv. She 
is a football fan and enjoys all sports 
especially skiing and tobogganing. 
Barb's favorite food is apples. ..favorite 
subject, typing. She dislikes conceited 
people. 

English Club 11: F.B.L.A. 12: F.H.A. 
12 




WILLIAM F. HOGAX. JR. 

Bill.. .a personable boy who is constant- 
ly ready with a humorous remark to 
keep a class on its toes. ..is interested in 
all sports, particularly football. 

Cafeteria 10: Soph. Party Comm.; Ca»i- 
pus 11 



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ROBERT J. HOITT, JR. 

Tinkering with cars is Bob's favorite 
pastime, and strumming the guitar rates 
a close second. ..enjoys biology, swim- 
ming, and football. Playing in a band 
and part-time work keep Bob busy. 



Soph. Party Comm. 



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BARBARA A. HOLBROOK 

Barb has a bubbling personality which 
is sure to aid her in the future. After 
school hours she is an active member 
of Rainbow and a Pilgrim Fellowship 
officer. 

Honors 10, 11; Spectrum Co-Ed. 10; 
Soph. Party Alternate; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Reflector Lit. Staff 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 




PETER A. HOLLANDER 

Pete is interested in all outdoor sports, 
especially skiing, hockey, football, and 
hunting. ..likes girls but dislikes seeing 
them constantly with rollers in their 
hair. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Mock Election Coram. 11; Tennis 12 




CAROL A. HORNER 

Always smiling.. .with her sweet person- 
ality Carol can be found working as a 
nurse's aide.. .she is active in C.Y.O.and 
enjoys all sports. ..special interests in- 
clude ice-skating and horseback riding. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12: 
Riding Club 11, 12; Soph. Play Usher- 
ette; Gym Team 10; English Club 10 





NICHOLAS \. HORRIGAN, |R. 

Nick enjoys all sports.. .a quiet boy who 
is active in his C.Y.O....his dislikes in- 
clude homework. He can be found 
working part time as a dishwasher. 



Kev Clul 
Club 12 



12: Honors 10, 11; Chess 



CYNTHIA E. HOWE 

Cindy holds the office of recorder in 
Rainbow. She is a friendly girl. ..wants 
to become a pediatrician. She loves to 
sing and to ride. 

Ski Club 11; Hiding Club 11, 12: Cam- 
pus 11, 12; Chorale 12; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Glee Club 11, 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 
S.E. District and New England Music 
Fests. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 





ROBERT HOWE, III 

Bob"s special interests include riding 
his Honda. ..likes girls with long hair. 
He is active in church fellowship, and 
is orator in DeMolay. His special in- 
terests include all sports, especially foot- 
ball and hockev. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Key Club 10. 11, 12; 
Talent Show 10; Soph. Party Comm. 



HUGH L. HOWES 

The future will find Bennie attending a 
Navy school. ..he works in an auto body 
shop which will increase his already 
avid interest in cars. 

Open House 10, 11; Student Gov "t. 11, 
12 





GEORGE A. HOYT, JR. 

An enthusiast about boats and printing 
...Tony plavs baseball when he isn't 
working after school.. .the newspaper 
business is his future plan. ..dislikes wo- 
men drivers. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Dutv 11. 
12 




MICHAEL R. HUMBERD 

An active C.Y.O. member and sports 
fan. ..Mike especially likes lunch, studies 
...looking forward to college or the Ma- 
rine Corps. 

Spring Track 11, 12: Winter Track 12; 
A.V. Club; Senior Class Play; Football 
10, 11. 12 




MIGNON F. HUME 

Mike's bright smile will always be an 
asset in her career as an L.P.N. ...enjoys 
pool, horses. ..dislikes conceited people. 

Library Club 10, 11. 12; Riding Club 
12: F.N. A. 11 



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LINDA J. HUNT 

With her sweet personality, Linda makes 
friends wherever she goes. ..her interests 
lie in sewing and C.Y.O. 

Reflector Sec't. 12 




PHILLIP G. HUNT 

Likeable Phil plays the guitar, banjo, 
and harmonica. ..listens to folk music, 
rock n' roll. ..is an Explorer Scout. 

Dramatic Club 10; Honors 10 



ROBERT A. HUNTLEY 

A ski enthusiast, Bob is often seen 
gliding down winter slopes. ..also plays 
the bass guitar in a band. ..no future 
plans vet. 

Vocational School Open House Guide 
10; Ski Club 12 





DENISE C. HURLEY 

A likable, friendly person... Denise en- 
joys her work as an aide at a nursing 
home.. .she is interested in becoming an 
X-Ray Technician. 

Student Activity 10; Campus 10, 11; 
Pep Club 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 
12; F.N.A. 12 



JOHN N. HUTCHISON 

Hutch is an outgoing, energetic boy who 
really enjoys people... works at the hos- 
pital.. .a member of the Audubon Society 
and likes to play golf and hockey. 

Chorus 10; Soph. Party Comm.; F.T.A. 
11, 12: Photography Club 12; Honors 
10, 11 





MARGARET A. INGS 

Very personable. ..Peggy is interested in 
surfing and singing. ..works as a dietary 
aide at a hospital. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Speech Club 10; 
Talent Show 10; H.R. Mesngr.; Cafe- 
teria Worker 10, 11; Ski Club 12. 
Treas. 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



SUSAN R. ISACSON 

Shy and very pleasant. ..Sue has artistic 
ability and hopes to go into designing 
...also enjoys swimming. 

Riding Club 11; Reflector 11; Pep Club 
11; Honors 10, 11 





KAREN A. JABLOXSKI 

A quiet, friendly girl who enjovs read- 
ing... Karen plays the flute and is inter- 
ested in swimming and ice-skating. 

Band 10. 11, 12; Orchestra 11: English 
Club 10; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Jr. Party 
Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Honors 10, 11; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 



JAMES A. JACKSON 

Jimmy enjoys most sports, particularly 
bowling and basketball. ..plays on his 
church basketball team. ..plans to enter 
the armed services after graduation. 




MARILYN M. JACKSON 

Merry always wears a smile and enjovs 
a good sense of humor. She swings and 
promenades with the Swinging Squares 
Teen Dance Club. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; History Club 11 




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ANDREW R. JACOBS 

Andy. ..a friendly carpenter. ..high school 
cliques and conceited people rate low 
with him. ..enjoys cars, sports, and 
dances. 

High Honors 10, 11; Wrestling 10, 11; 
Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 11, 
12; Student Council 12; Junior Usher 



MARY A. [ARMAN 

Mary is an expert at both riding and 
training horses. Her pleasant attitude 
toward life shows that she likes people 
in general. ..art adds to her well-rounded 
interests. Her ambition and friendliness 
will take her any place in the future. 





GEORGE B. JANES 

George is happiest when he is tinkering 
on cars. He can also be found scoring 
strikes and spares for the bowling 
league that he plays for. ..plans to enter 
the service after graduation. 



PHILIP 1'. JENKINS 

Phil is an outdoors man. Hunting and 
fishing are his ideas of fun. ..he plays on 
a bowling league. He belongs to a hot 
rod club and he loves sports cars. Af- 
ter he graduates from college, he may 
become either a journalist or a sports- 
writer. 



Al.AX I.. JOHNSON 

Always ready with a joke...Al is kept 
busy as a DeMolay officer and 
Y.M.C.A. swimming instructor. 

Pep Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




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BARBARA A. JOHNSON 

Works at Tufts' Library... Barb likes 
friendly people, not phonies. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11, 12; Campus Rep. 10; H.R. Mesngr. 
10; Ski Club 12 



JAUN A. JOHNSON 

Eun-loving Jaun appreciates a good 
personalitv and nice clothes. 

Basketball Mangr. 11. 12; Talent Show 
10, 11, 12; Cafeteria Worker 10; Foot- 
ball 10; Physics Lab Ass't. 12; Bye, 
Bye, Birdie: One Act Play Festival; Sr. 
Prom Comm.; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11 



MICHAEL H. JOLY 

Everyone's friend. ..Mike spreads hap- 
piness wherever he goes. This very 
intelligent boy should reach any goal 
he seeks. 

Student Council 10, Yice-Pres. 11, Pres. 
12; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Honors 10; High Honors 11; 
Junior Usher; Sr. Class Yice-Pres.; Cho- 
rus 10, 11, 12; Math Club 11 
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PHILIP T. JONES 

Friendlv and sincere... a sports enthusi- 
ast who enjoys hockev and football in 
particular. ..active in C.Y.O.... after grad- 
uation Phil hopes to attend college. 



ROBERT C. JOHNSON 

Bob enjoys a good time, likes goodlook- 
ing girls. 

A.V. Club 10, 11 



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RONALD T. JONES 

Ronnie has an avid interest in sports. 
His spare time is taken up with C.Y.O. 
and bowling. ..intends to go to Bentley 
Business College and become a public 
accountant. 




WILSON T. JONES 

A friendly fellow who enjoys life.. .prose 
writing is especially interesting and chal- 
lenging to him. ..finds pleasure in listen- 
ing to Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher, 
and the Rolling Stones. ..madras clothes 
annoy him. 

D.E.C.A. Club 



JOHN S. JOYCE 

Outgoing and happy-go-lucky. ..Steve is 
sure to be a success in life...enjovs swim- 
ming. ..an active member ol Y.P.F. and 
the Air Explorers. He has a special in- 
terest in science and scouting. His future 
lies in chemical engineering. 

Chorus 10. 11: Football Team 10, 11, 
12; Wresding 11, 12; Junior Usher 




KENNETH R. JUNKINS 

Kenny 's friendlv. talkative manner com- 
bined with his spontaneous sense of 
humor should make him a great success 
in all his endeavors. His spare time is 
taken up by his job.. .dislikes cold, 
windy weather. ..likes study hall. 



ROBERT A. JUTSTROM, JR. 

Bob. a genial boy, enjovs skiing, both 
snow and water. ..also enjoys playing 
the clarinet in our high school band... 
dislikes conceited people. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11. 12; Key 
Club 12: Honors 10. 11 





KAREN A. KALAIJIAN 

Karen is a sincere, friendly, and hard- 
working girl who enjoys being with 
people. She moved back just before 
her junior year after spending two years 
in New York state. ..an honorary mem- 
ber of the Zeta Iota Delta Sorority. 

Opening Ex. 11, 12; Honors 10. 11: 
F.T.A. 11, Sec't. 12; Jr. Party Comm.; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Pep Club, Yice-Pres. 
12; C.S.F. Board 12; Campus Staff 11, 
Sr. Staff Ed. 12: Sr. Partv Comm. 



JANE T. KALIL 

Janey, an active member of her C.Y.O., 
enjoys bowling and office work. ..dis- 
likes conceited people.. .especially boys... 
would like to do some kind of office 
work for a future vocation. 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





GERTRUDE KAMYA 

Trudy is a genial girl who enjoys play- 
ing the piano, painting, and listening to 
the radio.. .a sports enthusiast, Trudy 
dislikes winter and unfriendly people. 




KATHLEEN A. KANE 

Kathy enjoys working in a drugstore 
and being active in her C.Y.O.... likes 
dancing and lively people. ..dislikes peo- 
ple who lie. ..would like to attend an 
I.B.M. school. 



Fashi 



Show 11. 12; Pep Club 12 




PETER A. KEEFE 

With his keen wit. Pete is never at a loss 
for something to say. ..works as a pan- 
time stock clerk at Bradlee's...he likes 
everything in general and is an active 
C.Y.O. member. 

Tennis 10; Basketball 10: Wrestling 10; 
Chess Club 10 



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JEANNE P. KELLEY 

Usually quiet, but always cooperative... 
outside of school, Jeanne teaches a 
group of small children as a tutor. 
Gaining from this experience, she plans 
to go into teaching in elementary school. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatic Club 10; 
School Office Worker 10 




fOAN M. KELLY 

A friendly, cooperative girl with an out- 
going personality. ..special interests in- 
clude tennis and other sports.. .dislikes 
selfish people. 

Campus 10, 11. Business Ed. 12; Cho- 
rus 10; Office Worker 10; Debating 
Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; English 
Club 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 




LAWRENCE E. KELLY 

Ollie... women drivers disturb him. ..an- 
noyed by snobby people. ..likes all 
sports especially water skiing, bunting, 
hockey, and auto racing.. .active in 
C.Y.O. 

Football 10; Open House 10; Office 
Dutv 11 





JEAXXK L. KEMP 

Lively Jeannie enjoys all sports, espe- 
cially Softball and tennis. ..loves to 
dance.. .plans to be a dental secretary in 
the future. ..she is the shortest person in 
her homeroom. ..detests know-it-alls. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Pep Club 11; 
F.B.LA. 11. 12; F.H.A. 12; Mr. 
Wrvnn's Sec't. 11; Miss Kovak's Sec't. 
12 



RICHARD F. KENDALL 

A fascinating personality. ..Dick is a 
member of C.Y.O., bowling council, and 
Drama Club. ..enjoys reading and 
writing.. .can't stand snobs and egotists, 
but likes courteous and friendly people. 

Library Staff 11, 12; library Club 11, 
12; Dramatic Club 10; Bye, Bye, Birdie 





MARCIA L. KENT 

Marcia...an intelligent and cheerful girl 
who is an active participant on her 
church basketball team. ..dislikes school 
lunches. 

Office Worker 10; Honors 11; Pep Club 
11, 12 



ELIZABETH A. KERIVAN 

"Dusty".. .when she is not busy knitting 
or sewing she enjoys sports...a member 
of her C.Y.O. and Good Council. ..dis- 
likes snobs. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 12; F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 
12 





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EDWARD J. KERWIX. JR. 

After school Eddie can be found work- 
ing at the Capitol Supermarket. ..enjoys 
coin collecting and reading.. .is an avid 
sports fan who plays on a Softball team. 
He is a member of C.Y.O. and an altar 
boy. ..intends to enter college followed 
bv medical school. 




LAUREN J. KETCHEN 

One of our lively cheerleaders, Lauren 
enjoys football games and urges school 
spirit.. .dislikes boring classes. ..outside 
of school she is kept busv by Rainbow 
and her work at Olden 's Drugstore. 

Gvmnastics 10, 11; Cheerleading 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Ski Club 
11. 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 




DAVID H. KILLAM 

Carefree and outgoing... Dave enjoys 
listening to records. Sports, especially 
basketball and track rate high with him. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 11; Sr. 
Norn. Comm. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



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SUSAN B. KILLMAN 

Drum corps rates high on Sue's list... 
member of a drill team. ..an avid sports 
fan. When not marching, she can be 
seen at dances. 

Campus Sales Rep. 10, 11; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie 




MICHAEL D. KINSMAN 

Mike can be found marching with the 
Saint Francis Drum and Bugle Corps. 
His gleaming personality will make him 
a success... Mike has served with the 
Naval Reserves helping defend our 
country. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 



PETER G. KNOWLES 

With his unique personality, Peter has 
enriched the lives of many fellow stu- 
dents.. .vice-president of his C.Y.O....en- 
joys water skiing and soccer. ..admires 
people who displav confidence. 

Wrestling 10; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; 
Math Club 11: Chess Club 10; Opening 
Ex. 10; Honors 10; One Act Play Festi- 
val 11; Campus Photography Ed. 12; 
Student Council 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 





JEAN L. KNOX 

Brightens up the day for anyone... Jeanie 
is especially interested in modeling and 
fashions. Serves as a part-time helper 
at the South Shore Hospital. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; H.R. Mesngr. 
10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12 



DEBORAH D. KNUDSEN 

Witty, energetic and eager. ..Debbie will 
be found tinkering with a tvpewriter as a 
secretarv to an executive. People with a 
good sense of humor are favorites with 
Deb. Her pet peeve... conceited people. 

Co-Manager of Campus Secretaries; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; 
Honor Roll 10 





KATHLEEN M. KNUDSEN 

Kathy enjoys skiing.. .a member of 
C.Y.O....hopes to become a secretary 
after graduation. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Shorthand Certs. 
60, 80, 100; F.B.L.A. 12; Miss Andem s 
Sec't. 



RONALD W. KNUDSEN 

Ron's spare time is occupied by carpen- 
try work.. .enjoys building things with 
his hands. 

Sec't.-Treas. W.V.T.H.S. 12; Open 
House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 10, 11, 
12; Student Gov't. 11, 12; Honors 11; 
Sr. Prom Comm.; Cap and Gown 
Comm.; Sr. Partv Comm. 





LINDA A. KREITMAX 

Linda is an ambitious girl who will 
surely succeed in her chosen career of 
medicine. Her participation in activities 
in church and school reveals her well- 
rounded personality. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; High Honors 

10, 11; English Club 10, 11; Pep Club 

11, 12; Glee Club 11, 12; Chorus 11, 
12; Tutor 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Bye. 
Bye, Birdie; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



JON M. KUJA 

Kuj is a sports bov all the way. ..par- 
ticularly likes football, skin diving, and 
surfing. 

Wrestling 10; Football 11, 12: Sr. Party 
Comm. 




VERNON H. KUZE 

Yern, the friendly and outgoing type- 
likes hunting and fishing. ..enjoys all 
sports especially bowling... dislikes work 
and school. 



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LINDA S. LABOISSONNIERE 

A cheerful girl who enjoys skiing, sew- 
ing, and swimming. ..volunteer at Quin- 
cy City Hospital. 

Soph. Play Usherette; Soph. Party Rep.; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 12; F.T.A. 12; Mock Election 
Comm. 11; Reflector Adv't. Staff 12; 
Cap and Cown Comm. 




NANCY M. LACROIX 

Nancy can be found either boating or 
skiing during the summer. ..dislikes peo- 
ple who stare. A member of her C.Y.O., 
she hopes to become a model. 

F.H.A. 12 



BARBARA J. LADABOUCHE 

Barbara intends to go to I.B.M. school 
after graduation. ..interested in every- 
thing, especially roller-skating, ice-skat- 
ing, and swimming. ..dislikes cliques. 

Pep Club 11, 12; D.E.C.A. 12 





MARY ANN LAFFEY 

"Mai ...an active, outgoing girl who is 
a member of the Drum and Bugle Corps 
...participates in C.Y.O....her talents lie 
in the field of dramatics. ..enjoys hot 
fudge sundaes. ..dislikes hypocrites. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club 11, 12; 
Dramatic Club 10, 11. 12 



SANDRA P. LAIL 

Petite and cute, Sandy keeps busy as a 
volunteer at Quincy Hospital. ..vice- 
president of the Junior Weymouth 
Sportsmen (Hub. ..a member of Rainbow 
...likes dancing. 

Student Activity 10; Library Staff 10; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
10, 11, Adv't. Staff 12; Ski Club 11, 
12; F.N.A. 12; Campus Staff 10 





JOHN \Y. LAMMERS 

Johnny... a real bug on cars, especially 
Corvettes. ..an eager sports fan. ..enjoys 
all types of music... plays the organ and 
anticipates a career as an organ 
teacher. 



CATHERINE LANG 

Sociable and fun-loving.. .Cathy's great 
personality has won her many friends. 
She dislikes people who take their time 
while walking in the corridors. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11 




DANA E. LANIEWSKI 

Dana is well-known around the school 
for his outstanding personality. He is 
a member of DeMolay. 

Baseball 10; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Foot- 
ball 10, 11, 12 



ALBERT L. LASH, III 

Intelligent and quiet, Al enjoys reading 
and working on his 1931 Ford. 

Debate Club 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Campus Sales Staff 12 

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JAMES R. LAUBENSTEIN 

Jim's hobbies are working on cars and 
boats. He would like to operate his 
own service station some day. 

Football 10 




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PAUL P. LAVERTY 

Paul's favorite sport is surfing. He is 
well-known and liked by everyone. 

Key Club 10, 11; English Club 10; 
Debate Club 10, 11, 12; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11; Ski Club 11; 
Student Council 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 




LEWIS C. LAWTON, JR. 

Lou's interests lie in the field of elec- 
tronic and mechanical equipment. More 
than a sports spectator, he enjoys water 
skiing, golf, tootball, and boating. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11; Sr. Xom. Comm. 




PAUL D. LEAHY 

Happy-go-lucky Paul is the person to 
have around when someone needs cheer- 
ing up. He is a worker at South Shore 
Hospital during his spare time.. .even- 
tually, would like to enter college and 
study to be a teacher. ..annoyed by peo- 
ple who aren't punctual. 




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CATHERINE E. LEAKY 

Kay avoids dull week-ends by dancing 
...can be found working at the Wey- 
mouth Norge Dry Cleaning Village. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 12 



ROBERT R. LELIEYRE 

Cars, especially Pontiacs, are Bikle's 
special interest. Although he has a 
strong aversion to work, much of his 
spare time is spent at the Hartstone 
Flower Shop. ..very fond of girls. 





SUSAN J. LEONARD 

A Iriendlv individual. ..Susan transferred 
to Weymouth from Archbishop Wil- 
liams in her junior year. ..enjoys playing 
basketball and joining in other activities 
with herC.Y.O. 

Riding Club 12 



LINDA J. LESLIE 

An avid outdoor sports fan. ..can be 
seen skimming the ski slopes in winter 
or the ocean waves in summer. ..active 
in Rainbow. ..dislikes people who pre- 
tend to be something they are not. 

Pep Club 11; F.T.A. 12; Ski Club 12; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 





ROSEMARY A. L'ESPERANCE 

Her experience as a Christian Doctrine 
teacher and as an assistant Brownie 
Patrol leader is sure to make Rosie a 
fine and dedicated teacher. Enjovs 
many aspects of music. .sings in her 
church choir. ..dislikes nonconformists. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Historv Club 11, 12; Ski 
Club 12 




ANNA A. LEUCI 

Ann, a volunteer hospital worker, likes 
zealous and helpful people. ..dislikes pes- 
simists. ..was a two-year participant in 
the District Music Festival. 

Band 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11; High 
Honors 11; Honors 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; 
Glee Club 12; Chorus 12; Re/lectorH.R. 
Rep. 11; Campus 11, 12 




FREDRICK 0. LEWIS. JR. 

Fred. ..quiet but triendly...will surelv be 
a success as an architect. ..water skiing 
and surfing are among his favorite 
sports. ..also enjoys golfing and bowl- 
ing.. .dislikes long lunch lines. 



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FRANCIS J. I.IDDELL 

When not playing football or C.Y.O. 
basketball, Frank enjoys collecting coins 
or dancing.. .dislikes cliques and snobs. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 




DAVID W. LINDSAY 

Dave enjoys almost all sports, especial- 
ly hockey, .working at Woolworth's oc- 
cupies much of his free time. His future 
plans include attending business school. 




CHRISTINE L. LINGES 

Chris. ..cheerful and friendly. ..aspires to 
become a private secretary. ..will bright- 
en anyone's office. ..likes considerate 
people... dislikes cliques.. .a member of 
C.Y.O....in her span- time enjoys mod- 
ern jazz. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Certs. 60, 
80; Mr. West's Sec't. 12 





MARY I.. LIOJJORI 

A helpful, friendly girl who likes meet- 
ing new people.. .Mary's future plans 
include college and a career in teaching. 

Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Campus H.R. 
Rep. 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Reflector 
H.R. Rep. 12 



KURT O. LOCUM. \\ 

Lochy likes most outdoor sports, 
especially hunting. He hopes to study 
drafting and designing in college.. .a 
DeMolay officer and member of the 
Basketball Team and Ritle Team. 

J.Y. Football 



P. 




DOUGLAS A. LOCAX 

Well-dressed and sociable, Doug may 
be seen at dances demonstrating the 
latest step. He enjoys traveling especial- 
ly because he gets the opportunity to 
meet new faces. Anyone who takes life 
too seriouslv bothers him. 

Student Council 10; J.Y. Basketball 



WAYNE A. LOGAN 

Wayne hopes to attend Quincy Junior 
College and become a surveyor. A 
sports enthusiast, he especially enjoys 
hunting, wrestling, and fishing. A bug 
on sports cars, Austin-Healeys are his 
favorite. 

Wrestling Team 10, 11, 12; Coif Team 
10 





PATRICIA A. LONG 

Pat enjoys meeting people. She antici- 
pates a career as a dental assistant. 
Bob Dylan, cars, and nice clothes are 
her favorites. ..an active member of 
C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Honors 11; Ski Club 12; Mr. Hallow- 
ell's Sec't. 




PATRICIA L. LONG 

As a sophomore, Patti attended Sacred 
Heart High School. With Home Eco- 
nomics as a major she hopes to enter 
college in the fall. ..member of Saint 
Francis C.Y.O. and Drum and Bugle 
Corps. 

F.H.A. 11, 12: Campus Lit. Staff 12 




ROBERT A. LONG 

Like most of us, Bobby dislikes getting 
up early for school. All sports, especial 
ly swimmming, camping, and hiking 
interest him. 

Open House 1 1 



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CAROL A. LONGO 

A great sports enthusiast. ..Carol enjoys 
especially tennis, Softball, and baseball 
...also lists among her activities sewing 
and bookkeeping. ..can often be found 
performing her favorite chore, baby- 
sitting. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 12 




JOHN' R. LOR DEN 

Johnny can often be found strumming 
his favorite instrument, the guitar. ..also 
enjoys camping, hunting, and being 
with his good friends. ..works outside of 
school. ..lists among his dislikes incon- 
siderate and selfish people. 

Spring Track; Soph. Activity Comm.; 
Talent Show 10: Ski Club 12 



MARK D. LOUGHMILLER 

Mark can often be found swinging his 
club on the golf green. ..also enjoys all 
outdoor and indoor sports... likes to 
hear any type of music. 

Soph. Partv Comm.: Football 10. 
Mangr. 11, 12; Track 10, 12; Key 
Club 12; Honors 1 1; Reflector Rep. 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





GAYLE L. LOVELL 

Gayle enjoys attending Weymouth 
High. Outdoor sports are of interest to 
her, especially horseback riding. She is 
considering a career in dress designing. 
A great deal of her time is taken up by 
sewing and working. 



LIXDA A. LUNDEN 

Lin. ..an outgoing and candid personal- 
ity. ..includes school as one of her 
likes. ..is planning a career as secretary 
after her graduation. 





CATHERINE H. LUTZ 

Cathy, quiet and sincere, hopes to be- 
come a French linguist. Her favorite 
pastime is strumming on a guitar. ..likes 
friendly and outgoing people. 

Pep Club 12; Theater Arts 12; GleeClub 
12; Ski Club 11; Honors 10, 11; Senior 
Prom Comm.; Campus 12: Reflector 
Adv't. Staff 12 



THEODORE M. LYDEN 

The only thing Ted dislikes about mon- 
ey is spending it. Cars and hunting 
keep him busy when not working. 

Office Dutv 11, 12 





ROBERTA D. LYMAN 

Bobbie is an avid bowling fan. She 
also likes to sew. especially dresses. ..is 
disturbed by messy places and people 
...member of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 12; Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't. 
12 



CHARLES R. LYNCH 

A unique person. ..Charlie enjoys travel- 
ing, wrestling, diving, and meeting new 
people. His ambition is to travel 
around the world after graduation...a 
strong advocator of school spirit. 

Debate Club 12; Key Club 12; Chess 
Club 12 




DAVID A. LYNCH 

Dave's interests include physics and 
electronics. ..likes the swinging beat of 
dance band music. He especially en- 
joys skin diving and hunting. 

Electronics Club 12 



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JOHN J. LYNCH, JR. 

Sports arc at the top of the list for John 
or "Lynchie" as some of his friends 
have nicknamed him... is unappreciative 
of people who are late. 

Football 10, 11. 12 




KAREN LYOX 

Talkative and witty, Karen looks for- 
ward to a career in the business world. 
Spends her spare time working at Wool- 
worth's. 



DANIEL F. LYONS 

Dan is interested in sports ol all kinds, 
especially basketball... believes people 
should be more considerate of others 
less fortunate than they are.. .is perturb- 
ed by people who brag. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 
11, 12; Pep Club 12 




KAREN M. LYONS 

Karen's future lies in the field of art... 
enjoys meeting and getting to know 
people of all types. ..is a regular dance 
and football goer. ..annoyed most by 
dishonest people. 

Ski Club 12, Sec t. 11; Pep Club 12; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie 



PAULA J. LYONS 

P. J. may be seen most assuredly skat- 
ing her way to greater heights as a 
professional ice skater... is tond of both 
dancing and bowling.. .conceited people 
had better keep their distance. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





ROY L LYONS 

Friendly people, hockey, and baseball 
rate with Hoak, a guy with no com- 
plaints. A college diploma is waiting 
for him. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Honors 10; Cam- 
pus H.R. Rep. 10, 11 



ALBERT MacDONALD, JR. 

With Albie music is tops, anything from 
Beethoven to Dylan. He tries to divide 
his extra time between girls and sports. 
He plavs with the "Variations". 

Band 10, 11, 12; Talent Show 10. 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





ELIZABETH A. MacDONALD 

Red likes daisies and kittens a little more 
than bowling or reading.. .she gets an- 
noyed by pushy and biased people. A 
happy personality will make her a great 
success in anything she chooses to do. 

Pep Club 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



JANET L. MacDONALD 

Janet is an avid bowling and roller- 
skating fan whose only complaint is 
that there are conceited people in the 
world. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Cafeteria Worker 
10; Fashion Show 10; Campus 11: 
Shorthand Cert. 60: Mr. Porter's Sec't. 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie 




JANICE M. MacEACHERN 

Janice has a magical way with words 
that shows she cares about people... 
apathy and people bound by tradition 
are her greatest sources of aggravation 
...she loves to make others happy and 
is usually smiling. 

Pep Club 11. 12; Library Ass't. 11; 
Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Mr. Warren's 
Sec't. 12; Honors 10, 11 




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MARILYN L. MacFAWN 

Marilyn is a fun-loving girl and has 
an avid interest in folk music and good 
reading. Loud and boisterous people 
bother her, but that's all. 

Soph. Partv 10: Campus 10. 11. 12; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie; Ski Club 11: Theater 
Arts Club 12 




CHARLES E. MacKIXXON 

Charlie is a football and basketball fan, 
and has played basketball for C.Y.O. 
He enjoys fast cars, Cape Cod, and 
lively parties. 

Basketball 10 




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MARY F. MACOXOCHIE 

Mary enjovs her work at Woolworth's 
...she doesn't feel the same way about 
school. ..when she finds extra time it is 
spent riding, swimming, or at C.Y.O. 
meetings. 

Riding Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





KENNETH A. MAGEE 

When not working, Kenny might be 
found at DeMolay or deciding between 
the good points of Chevys and Fords... 
hopes to attend East Coast Aero Tech. 

Audio-Visual Club 10 



FRANCIS X. MAHADY 

Frank is a well-rounded guy who's in- 
terested in golf, music, baseball, art, and 
architecture. He is holding a job and 
planning for college as well. 

Band 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11; 
Baseball 10; Math Club 11, 12; Sr. 
Xom. Comm.; Bye, Bye. Birdie 





DAVID J. MALNATI 

Auto racing and sheet metal hold 
Duck's interest. ..likes all sports, espe- 
cially hockey, football, and hunting. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 11 



ALFRED E. .\ LA LONE 

Known as "Mai".. .particularly likes 
cars. ..can be found working at Wey- 
mouth Iron Works. ..Mai wishes to fur- 
ther his education at a junior college... 
his ambition will take him far. 





JANICE L. MAXCIXELLI 

Jan likes to swim and read. ..can be 
found most often twirling her baton... 
plans to return to Pennsylvania to fur- 
ther her education. 

Majorette 10; Xeedlecraft Club 10: Li- 
brary Club 11. 12: Campus Staff 12: 
English Club 12; Co-Head Majorette 
12 




DENNIS J. MANNING 

"Denny" especially likes horseracing 
and plans to ride horses or race in the 
future... dislikes detention. 




MARY A. MANNING 

Marv likes to dance, horseback ride, 
and water ski. ..likes people who smile. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10. 11; Chorus 10: Pep 
Club 10. 11. 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
11: Riding Club 11. 12: Ski Club 11, 
12; Glee Club 12; F.N.A. 12 

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CHERYL A. MANSFIELD 

Cheryl, a friendly girl who likes sincere 
people. ..also likes to sail. ..plans on fur 
thering her education at U. of Mass. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10, 
11; Math Club 10; Tutor 11; Ski Club 
12; Campus Staff 12; Sr. Party Comm.; 
Honors 10, 11 




WILLIAM L. MANUEL 

Bill is ,ii present in the Navy Reserves 
and plans to go on active duty after 
graduation. ..likes pool and football... 
his great personality will take him far. 

Bookroom Staff 10 




ANN T. MARK HAM 

A future social worker. ..Ann enjoys 
dancing, skating, and sleeping late. 
Boys with Beatle haircuts and no socks 
are her pet peeves. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 12 





THOMAS F. MARONEY, [R. 

Known as the leader of the "Side- 
winders,"' Tom's outgoing personality 
should make him a success in the enter- 
tainment field. He's a member of the 
Rifle Club and enjoys water sports. 

Football 10, 11; Student Council 10: 
Senior Play; Reflector 10 



ELIZABETH I. MARSH. MAX 

A sports enthusiast, Libby is especially 
interested in horseback riding. She is a 
member of the Weymouth Sportsman 
Club. At night school she would like to 
study architecture. 

Chorus 10; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11 




DONNA L. MAR TELL 

A member of C.Y.O.... Marty's favorite- 
sport is water skiing. Egotistical people 
annoy her. She is contemplating a ca- 
reer in the field of chemistry. 

Campus Sales Rep. 11, Feature Staff 
12; Honors 10, 11; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 
Theater Arts Club 12; Class Sec't. 10; 
Talent Show Comm. 10; Basketball 10; 
Bowling 10 



GLORIA A. MARTIN 

As an airline stewardess, Glo's interest 
in travel will be broadened. ..a lively- 
dancer, an enthusiastic bowler, and a 
graceful skater. ..Gloria has an interest- 
ing future ahead. 

Fashion Show 10; F.H.A. 12 





JUDITH A. MARTIN 

Loads of fun. ..Judy is a member of 
C.Y.O. She hopes to further her educa- 
tion at business school next year. 
Among her interests are dancing and 
skating. 

Glee Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60 




WEXDY L. MARTIN 

Wendy enjoys dancing, and skating... 
dislikes snobby people. She aspires to 
go to business school and later become 
a secretary. 

Monitor 10 




JOAN M. MARTIXDALE 

Joan, active in C.Y.O., can be found 
enthusiastically cheering at football 
games when not working part-time as 
a cashier. ..dislikes getting up in the 
morning. Aspires to become a secre- 
tary and later an airline hostess. 

Gym Team 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Senior 
Xom. Comm. 12; Honor Roll 10; High 
Honors 1 1 



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ROBERT P. MASON 

Bob is especially interested in cars and 
money. ..his spare time is spent tinker- 
ing with cars. ..dislikes insincere people. 

Track 10. 11 




EVELYN R. MASSEY 

Lyn, friendly and sincere, is a volunteer 
at Quincy City Hospital. She belongs 
to her church youth group. ..is an avid 
basketball player. ..plans to attend col- 
lege. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11,12; 
Glee Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; 
Campus 12; Reflector Adv't. Staff 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 



JUDITH A. MATSON 

Judie enjovs horseback riding and 
swimming... most of her time is taken up 
bv a part-time job at a savings bank 
and participation in her church youth 
group. ..dislikes bovs with unreasonably 
long hair. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80, 
100; High Honors 11; Mrs. Moss's and 
Mr. Clayton's Sec't. 12 





ELAINE P. MAXWELL 

Elaine is contemplating joining the 
Peace Corps after graduation. She is 
active in Rainbow and teaches Sunday 
school. ..dislikes unfriendly people. 

Speed Reading 10, 12; Campus H.R. 
Rep. 11; F.T.A. 12 



PAULA A. McASKILL 

Paula aspires to become an airline stew- 
ardess in the future. Outside of school 
Paula works as a librarian and parti- 
cipates in her C.Y.O... .enjoys baton- 
twirling. 

Majorette 11; Spring Concert L^sherette 
11; F.B.L.A. 11 





michael j. McCarthy 

An eager spectator at any drag race... 
the "Giant" enjoys listening to Roy 
Orbison records and playing sandlot 
baseball. He plans to study electronics 
at YVentworth. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 12 



JANE S. McCLUNG 

"Mickey "...attractive and friendly. ..en- 
joys music, guitars, and piano. ..works 
part time after school.. .will certainly be 
successful in future endeavors. 

Pep Club 10, 11. 12: Glee Club 10, 11, 
12 





JAMES E. McCULLOCH 

Anyone looking for Jim would prob- 
ably find him in the gvm practicing 
basketball. Jim also enjovs history 
and hopes to become a teacher. 

Junior Legion Baseball: Basketball 11. 
12; Baseball 11, 12; Cross Country 12: 
Key Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 



JANE E. McCULLOCH 

A quiet and friendly person, Jane is 
fond of both art and dancing. Much of 
her time is occupied bv her duties as 
publicity chairman for her C.Y.O. 




MARY L. McCULLOCH 

Mary's special interests include singing. 
She likes green eyes and chorus. She 
is a member of C.Y.O. 

Chorus 10. 11 




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Christine c. Mcdonald 

Chris enjoys swimming and Softball. 
She also worked as a volunteer at the 
South Shore Hospital and plans to be- 
come a medical technician. 

Pep Club 10, 11 




ELIZABETH A. McDONALD 

If you ever find a fashion model in a 
magazine who looks a bit like Betty, 
you can be sure it is! Her "likes" 
include swimming, dancing, and horse- 
back riding. 

Shorthand Cert. 60; Pep Club 12; 
Equestrian Club 12; EH.A. 12 



MARY L. McDONALD 

Mary Is another of our horse lovers... 
she also enjoys swimming, Softball, and 
sewing. Outside of school she can be 
found dancing, babysitting, or listening 
to her records. Her wide range of in- 
terests will certainly bring her much 
happiness. 

Equestrian Club 12; F.H.A. 12 





linda m. McDonnell 

Friendly and considerate... Linda likes 
to read and work with children. Her 
constant eflorts and her cheery disposi- 
tion prove assets for her as secretary of 
C.Y.O. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Chorus 10; Pep 
Club 10, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
12; Campus 12 



DIANNE M. McDONorCH 

Although a James Bond fan, Dianne 
also enjoys cooking, sewing, and ice 
cream sodas. As president of the 
EH.A., Dianne attended the national 
convention at Philadelphia. 

Dramatic Club 10; F.H.A. 10, 11, 12: 
Campus Sales Staff 11: Sr. Party 
Comm. 





MAl'REEN L. McGAUGHEY 

Maureen, better known as "Moe," is a 
quiet but friendly girl. She is an active 
member of C.Y.O. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Treas. 12; Campus Sec't. 
12; J.M.S.V.C. Tutor 11, 12; F.H.A. 
12; Pep Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Certs. 60.80 



KATHRYN L. McGLYNN 

Kathy is a studious girl who likes to 
read, but also likes music, dancing, 
coffee milk shakes, and tennis. ..hopes 
to attend Northeastern and major in 
languages. 

English Club 10; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Orchestra 11, 12; Campus 12; Bye, 
Bye, Birdie; S.E. Mass. District Band 
10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 





NEIL J. McCONAGLE 

Neil is the president of C.Y.O.. and he 
also belongs to the Boston Y'outh Sym- 
phony Orchestra. He enjoys goli and 
plays at the South Shore Country Club. 

Band 10, 11. 12; Golf 10. 11; Honors 
10, 11 



THOMAS F. McGRATH 

Tom has a special interest in account- 
ing, and also likes working on hot- 
rods. He is an active member of C.Y'.O. 
Noisy people annoy him. He enjoys 
classrooms which are conducted by 
teachers who do not use books. 
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NOREEN McGROARTY 

Sweet and sincere, Noreen has an in- 
terest in music, especially the guitar... 
hopes for a career in nursing. 

Theater Arts 12; F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Teachers' 
Convention 11; Honors 11; J.M.S.V.C. 
Tutor 12; Bye, Bye. Birdie 




DAVID P. McINTYRE 

An avid car enthusiast. ..Dave enjoys 
working on autos outside of school. 

Open House 11, 12; Office Duty 12 




VINCENT P. McINTYRE 

Vinny, a friendly and congenial boy... 
enjoys working on cars... holds a part- 
time job at a service station. Vinny 
likes fast Dodges, surfing, and girls. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




SARAH E. McIVER 

Little Sally likes to sew. ..also has great 
interest in either watching or participa- 
ting in all sports. She is active in 
C.Y.O. 

Honors 10, 11; Fashion Shows 10, 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11; Campus Sec't. 12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 12; Shorthand Certs. 60. 80 





GAYLE E. McKEXXA 

Gayle is a football enthusiast. ..also likes 
sw'imming. Rainy week ends really an- 
noy her. Gavle is hoping to go to 
nursing school. 

Pep Club 12 



THOMAS J. McKENNA, JR. 

Tom's special interest lies in the field of 
mechanics... spends most of his after- 
school hours repairing and working on 
cars. He will surely be a success at 
whatever he attempts in the future. 





WALTER McKINNON, JR. 

Wally enjoys sports, especially football. 
Fast music is more to his liking than 
the Lawrence YVelk rhvthm. 



edward Mclaughlin 

Ed likes many sports, such as surfing, 
flying, and football. He is a member of 
the Xational Rifle Association. He 
hopes to be an airline pilot. 

Track 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12 





JOHN F. McNALLY 

Cars and sports, including baseball, 
hockev. and basketball keep Jack pretty 
well occupied. He could get along nice- 
ly without talkative people. 




MAUREEN C. McNAMARA 

Moe...a quiet and pleasant person and 
an enthusiastic square dancer.. .her out- 
side interests include swimming plus a 
variety of other sports. 

Library Club 10, 11; Student Activity 
10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Gym Team 11; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Murphy's Sec't. 
12; Theater Arts Club 12 




JOSEPH P. McSHEFFREY. JR. 

Joe has a unique personality which is 
shown by his interest in spear fishing 
and skin diving. Likes fast cars and 
good company. ..dislikes women drivers 
and religious fanatics. 

Wrestling Team 10. 11. 12; Reflector 
Art Staff 12 

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WILLIAM L. McVAY 

Willy. ..an avid surfer, he especially ad- 
mires girls who surf well. ..enthusiastic 
about all sports, particularly baseball... 
is sure to be a success in whatever field 
he decides to enter. 

Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




BARBARA A. McVINEY 

Barb...alw-ays sweet and pleasant. ..vol- 
unteer work at Quincy City Hospital 
keeps her busy.. .an active participant 
in C.Y.O. 

Student Council 10; Campus Staff 10; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 12; Ski Club 12; Reflector Adv't. 
Staff 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 




JEROME T. MEHRMAN 

Jerry is an active member of the 
Y.M.C.A. and his C.Y.O... .enjoys all 
sports, especially basketball and base- 
ball... hopes to attend college. 

Spring Track 10; Chess Club 10;Chem. 
Lab Ass't. 11 





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MERYL D. MELOY 

Intelligent and friendly, Meryl hopes to 
become a conservationist. Enjoys music 
and horseback riding.. .active in church 
group. 

English Club 10, 11; Riding Club 10, 
11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 
11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11; Campus 11, Copy Staff Ed. 12; 
Talent Show 11; Chorale 11; Junior 
Party Comm. 11; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 
Reflector Rep. 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



EDMUND R. MILLER 

Eddie, humorous and likable, is an 
asset to the social climate of W.H.S.... 
can be found strumming his guitar with 
the "Sidewinders." 

Track Team 10 





ELEANOR F. MILLER 

Sis enjoys sewing, friendlv people and 
office work. She hopes to get a job in 
an office after graduation. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 10. 11; 
Mr. Median's Sec't. 12; Pep Club 12 



JUDITH MILLEY 

Judy's goal is to work as a dental 
assistant. She enjoys friendly, talkative 
people and all sports, especially bowl- 
ing. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; Reflector 
H.R. Rep. 12; Miss Andem's Sec't. 12 





CLAIRE F. MILMORE 

"Coach" enjoys skiing, baseball, and 
folk music. ..participates in C.Y.O. and 
Teen Democrats. She hopes to become 
a teacher. 

Library Club 10; Honors 10, 11; Dra- 
matic Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Chorus 
10; Softball 10; F.H.A. 11, 12; F.T.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Opening Ex. 
11; Glee Club 12; English Club IV.Bye. 
Bye, Birdie 




BARBARA F. MOODY 

Barb's ambition is to become a secre- 
tary. She enjoys sports such as tennis 
and swimming. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




ANNE L. MOONEY 

"Moon" enjoys sailing, swimming, and 
bowling. She is a member of the Town 
River Yacht Club and her C.Y.O. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; English Club 10; 
Pep Club 10 



THOMAS L. MOORE 

"Tiger's" special interests include camp- 
ing and model cars, especially hot rods 
...dislikes women drivers... a sports en- 
thusiast. ..hopes to further his education 
after high school. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 10, 11. 12 





JOHN P. MORAN 

Jack plans to attend college after gradu- 
ation. Besides sports, Jack is active in 
the C.Y.O. 

Key Club 12; Honor Roll 10; Pep Club 
12; Ski Club 12 



KATHALEEN A. MORAN 

Kathy, content with her life, likes every- 
one and evervthing. Although not sure 
of her future, she is considering a ca- 
reer in hairdressing...a member of her 
C.Y.O. 

Chorus 10; Riding Club 11: F.B.L.A. 
12; Pep Club 11, 12 





MARIA C. MOREIRA 

Christy, who came from Uruguay three 
years ago, likes it here verv much. 
Stamp-collecting, horseback riding, and 
fried clams are among Chnstv's favor- 
ites. 

Morning Ex. 10 



ROBERTO G. MOREIRA 

Bob, who came to U.S. from Uruguay 
in 1962, enjovs meeting interesting peo- 
ple.. .plans to attend a business college... 
dislikes people who talk too much. His 
special interests include reading, bowl- 
ing, and cars. 

Spanish Club, Vice-Pres. 10 





PETER D. MORRIS 

Pete enjoys surling. mountain climbing, 
and motorcycles. ..is an active member 
of his C.Y.O. hockey team. ..plans on 
attending college after graduation. 

Spring Track 10; Pep Club 12 



BRUCE D. MORRISON 

A hunting and golfing enthusiast. ..Bru 
also finds playing the drums in the 
group known as the "Wanderers" a 
favorite pastime. ..dislikes getting up 
early for school. 




KATHLEEN' A. MORRISSEY 

A volunteer at Quincy City Hospital... 
Kathy enjoys playing the guitar and 
listening to Barbra Streisand. 

Dramatic Club 10: Glee Club 10. 11: 
Pep Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Mixed 
Chorus 11; Ski Club 11, 12: Riding 
Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 




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RICHARD M. MORRISSEY 

Full of lun... Dick's special interests in- 
clude skin diving and hunting. 

Projection Club 10 




KATHLEEN E. MORTENSON 

Active in Rainbow and her church youth 
group.. .swimming, basketball, and 
reading keep Kathv busy. 

Honors 10. 11: Intrainurals 10: Spec- 
trum Staff 10; F.T.A. 11. 12; Program 
Mangr. 12; Opening Ex. 11, 12; H.R. 
Mesngr. 12; Campus 11, 12; Ass't. Ed. 
12 



CHARLES R. MOTT 

Chuck has a great sense ol humor and 
livens up any class. ..will certainly be 
successful in whatever Held he enters. 




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PAMELA MOT I 

A volunteer at South Shore Hospital... 
Pam's time is occupied by reading, 
baby-sitting, and writing stories. ..enjovs 
football games and cool fall days... 
friendly people please her. 

Spectrum Staff 10; Library Staff 10; 
Campus Stall 12; Glee Club 12 



PAULA J. MOYNIHAN 

A summer camp counselor and a hos- 
pital volunteer. ..Paula plans to be a 
pediatrical nurse. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; F.N.A. 12 





JANET A. MULLEN 

Active in C.Y.O.... Janet likes all sports, 
especially football. 

Pep Club 10. 11. 12; F.B.LA. 12; Sec't. 
12 



JOSEPH Y. MULLEN, JR. 

Skip likes cars and also enjoys outdoor 
activities such as fishing and hunting. 
He is an avid sports fan who likes lis- 
tening to music, but dislikes work. Skip 
aspires to join the Coast Guard alter 
graduation. 





ELAINE F. MI LLER 

A volunteer at Quincy City Hospital... 
Elaine enjoys most sports, especially 
swimming and bowling.. .is a cashier at 
the First National Store. 

Library Staff 10; Ski Club 12; F.N.A. 
12 



EDWINA E. MULLIGAN 

Eddy is a hospital volunteer and a 
member of C.Y.O. She enjoys outdoor 
sports such as swimming, skating, and 
softball. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Club 11; Riding 
Club 11; F.N.A. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 
12 




ROBERT \. MULVANEY, JR. 

The treasurer of his C.Y.O. and a mem- 
ber of its bowling team. ..Bob enjoys 
many other sports when not at his part- 
time job. 

Student Activity 10; Soph. PartvComm. 
10; Photography Club 11; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 




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JEAXXE M. MURPHY 

A friendly, reliable girl. ..Jeanne has se- 
rious interests in art and music. She is 
also an active member of the Pilgrim 
Fellowship. 

Soph. Party Comm.: Band 10; Jr. Party 
Comm.: Campus Art Staff, Co-Ed. 12; 
Honors 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Nation- 
al Merit Cert.: Theater Arts 




KATHLEEN A. MURPHY 

Murph likes people with a good sense 
of humor. Singing and horseback 
riding are her principal activities. 

Chorus 10, 11. 12; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Girls' Glee Club 11, 12; RidingClub 12; 
Honors 10, 11 




MARY E. MURPHY 

Sincerity is a key word for Mary's 
friends.. .a member of C.Y.O. 

Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Mr. Dwyer's 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





MAUREEN E. MURPHY 

Singing and dancing are Maureen's 
hobbies. Individual thinking and in- 
dividual action are what she looks for 
in friends. 

Talent Show 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
11; F.H.A. 11, 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



RICHARD L. MURPHY 

"Murph" enjoys listening to good teen- 
age bands and also enjoys working on 
cars. He likes petite girls, good movies, 
and food. '"Murph" dislikes suit coats 
and madras hats. He participates in 
football, skating, and bowling.. .wishes 
to enter the printing field. 

Open House 12 





WILLIAM E. MURPHY 

Bill works for a druggist and can usual- 
ly be found delivering prescriptions on 
his motor scooter. He also enjoys base- 
ball and swimming. 

Honors 10 



WILLIAM J. MURPHY 

Bill plays ball with the Boston Park 
League when not working at the Chef's 
Hat. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; F.T.A. 10; Base- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11; Jr. Usher; 
Campus Co-Ed. Sports Staff 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm. 





DANIEL J. MURRAY 

A member of his C.Y.O. basketball team 
...Danny also plays baseball in the 
Babe Ruth League when not at the 
Y.M.C.A. or at work at the Capitol 
Market. 

Lunch Monitor 10; Ski Club 12 




GEORGE V. MURRAY 

George is interested in drag racing... 
plays football and baseball. He likes 
working on cars and offset presswork. 
but dislikes homework and the madras 
look. George also works at G.E.M. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11. 12 




GREGORY M. MYERS 

Egor is interested in cars and auto rac- 
ing. ..dislikes salad. He belongs to his 
church fellowship basketball team... 
plans to become an armv engineer. 

Open House 10; Baseball Mangr. 11 

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EDWARD J. MYLETT, JR. 

Ed enjoys winter sports such as skiing 
and hockey. He works at Remick's of 
Quincy... noisy juniors bother him. 

Ski Club 12 




WILLIAM R. NAAS 

A member of C.Y.0....BU1 enjoys foot- 
ball, swimming, chess, and reading.. .is 
an active member of Eagle Scouts... 
anticipates a military career. 

Math Club 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 10, 
Sec't. 11, Pres. 11: Lab Technician 11; 
Chairman of Mock Election 11; Cross 
Country 12: Kev Club 12; Honors 11 




WAYNE A. NADO 

The outdoors, baseball, travel, good 
music, and good reading are Wayne's 
interests. ..dislikes rock 'n' roll. Wayne 
especially enjoys bicycling, model rail- 
roads, genealogy, and photography... 
has traveled far on his cycling trips. 





JOHN T. NANGLE 

John... member of C.Y.O....a sports en- 
thusiast, most interested in basketball... 
other interests include reading and pop 
music. ..likes English, pizza, Burt Lan- 
caster, and the Boston Patriots... dislikes 
old movies, chemistry, and bad jokes. 
He intends to enter L*. of Mass. at Bos- 
ton. 

Chess Club 12; Key Club 12 



KATHLEEN A. NASH 

Vice-President of her C.Y.O. and mem- 
ber of the Saint Francis Drum and 
Bugle Corps. ..Kathy likes dancing and 
spaghetti. ..works part time at Bea's 
Home Bakery. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; Honors 10, 11; 
F.H.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, Rec. Sec't. 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Mr. Hartwell's Sec't. 
12; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Sr. Party 
Comm. 





NANCY E. NASH 

Nance goes to art classes at Mass. Art 
and works at the Cameo Theater. ..likes 
art, writing, dancing, Barn,- McGuire, 
and Bob Dylan. Nance hopes to attend 
art school in England. 

Spectrum Staff 10; History Club 11; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12 



BARBARA A. NAULT 

Barb is one of those seniors who enjoys 
surfing and tennis. Besides working af- 
ter school, she also finds time for many 
school activities. 

F.T.A. 10, 11; Campus H.R. Rep. 
Mesngr. 10; F.H.A. 12; Ski Club 12; 
Campus Lit. Staff 11, 12; Re/lector 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 





WILLIAM F. NEILAND 

Bill's special interests are A.V. Club and 
amateur radio operating... worked out- 
side of school as a lifeguard. 

A.Y. Club 12 




CAROLE A. NELSON 

Carole certainly earns her nickname 
"Pep." She enjoys swimming, reading, 
and just being with people. She hopes 
to go on to a secretarial school. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12: 
Re/lector Adv't. Staff 12: Shorthand 
Certs. 60, 80; Mr. Harding's Sec't. 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 




JACOB C. NELSON, JR. 

Cliff plans to go to college and study 
oceanography. He dislikes loud people 
...enjoys skiing. 

Ski Club 12 



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MAVIS I. NEWTON 

Cindy hopes to find a future in the fields 
of art and hairdressing...is interested in 
gymnastics... a participant in Rainbow. 

Monitor 10: A.V. Club 10; Gymnastics 
10, 11; Pep Club 10; Intramurals 10; 
Pep Club 10, 12; Majorette 11; Chorus 
11 




SUSAN A. NICHOLS 

Sue is one of those busy people who 
works outside of school as well as in. 
Among her special interests are skiing 
and dancing. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11; 
Gymnastics 10; Fashion Show 11, 12; 
Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't. 12 



KAREN L. NICHOLSON 

Karen enjovs all sports, especially ten- 
nis. She hopes to be a beautician after 
graduation. 

Pep Club 10, 11 





PATRICIA E. NICKERSON 

Quiet but friendly. ..Pat's special inter- 
ests are dancing and typing. She dis- 
likes English. 

Glee Club 10 



RITA J. NILS SON 

Rita enjoys swimming and bowling... 
hopes to become a hairdresser. ..is 
known as an avid football fan. 

Pep Club 11; D.E.C.A. 12 





THOMAS W. NOBLE, JR. 

"Nobe" likes sports, especially surfing 
...thinks football games and girls with 
long hair are the greatest.. .Tom dislikes 
greasy hair and week-end homework... 
active in C.Y.O., baseball, and basket- 
ball. 

Basketball 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11. 12: 
Key Club 11, Treas. 12; Baseball 11, 
12; Campus 11, 12 



THOMAS J. NOONAN 

Likes cars and girls. ..Tom enjoys play- 
ing tennis and studying science. 

Sacred Heart High School 10, 11; Sci- 
ence Club 10, 11; Tennis 10 





MICHAEL J. NORTON 

Joe enjoys doing television and audio- 
visual work. ..hates people who are al- 
ways right and never wrong. Football 
and basketball occupy his time out of 
school. 

Football Mangr. 10; A.V. Office 11, 12 



NANCY M. NORTON 

A future teacher. ..enjoys swimming and 
horseback riding but not untidy people 
...ice-skating lessons and C.Y.O. keep 
her busy. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





RICHARD B. NORTON 

Dick is well-known and liked by many. 
He enjoys playing football, baseball, 
and basketball, and Is an active mem- 
ber of his C.Y.O. 



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RICHARD J. NORVE 

Kept very busy with his after-school 
work and participation in his C.Y.O. 
group. ..aspires to join the Navy upon 
graduation. 

Pep Club 12 



IRENE J. NOSSOV 

Nossie enjoys reading, nursing, and 
school... likes pizza, vanilla ice cream, 
Hondas, and the Surf.. .dislikes getting 
up early and Elvis Presley. Xossie was 
born in Cermany. 

Homecoming Comm. 10; F.T.A. 10; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 1 1: Librarv Staff 12; Eng- 
lish Club 12; Ski Club 12; Drama Club 
12; Campus 12 





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JOYCE M. NORWOOD 

Joyce has many interests.. .surfing, 
dancing, modeling, and waterskiing... 
likes sewing and parties... enjoys the 
beach. 

Dramatic Club 10: Fashion Show 10, 
11; F.H.A. 12: Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Mr. Holbert's Sec't. 11; Mr. O'Malley's 

Sec't. 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



CAROL J. NO YES 

Carol likes physical fitness programs... 
is a gymnast. ..the W'orthv Associate 
Advisor in a Rainbow Assembly. 

Girls Gymnastic Team 10, 11; F.T.A. 
12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



[ANICE I.. NYLEN 

Janice likes to style hair. ..enjoys danc- 
ing, listening to records, and baby-sit- 
ting.. .likes people who are on time... 
dislikes people who don't keep their 
word. 

F.H.A. 12 





NANCY M MAKES 

Nancy especially enjoys dancing and 
listening to records. Nancy likes people 
with a sense of humor. ..dislikes biased 
people. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.: 
F.B.L.A. 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Riding 
Club 11: Sr. Norn. Comm. 



GAIL M. O'BRIEN 

A member of her C.Y.O. , Gail enjoys 
participating in many sports such as 
skiing, water skiing, swimming, and 
skating. Gail aspires to continue her 
schooling in the medical field. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; 
Spectrum Staff 10; Campus Rep. 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; English Club 11; Mr. 
Thompson's Sec't. 12 



ROSEMARY E. O'BRIEN 

Rose is an active member of C.Y.O. and 
enjovs plaving tennis in her spare time. 

Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. Club 11, 12; 
Bye, Bye, Birdie; H.R. Mesngr. 11: 
F.N.A. 12 






WILLIAM F. O'BRIEN 

"Ob", a coin collector and enthusiastic 
sports fan, appreciates considerate peo- 
ple who extend themselves for others. 
A member of his C.Y.O., "Ob" dislikes 
"teachers' pets". 

Cap and Gown Comm. 



JAMIE O'BRIEN 

Jamie, a bov of many interests, enjoys 
all sports, especiallv baseball, basket- 
ball, and golf. Warm summer days, 
girls that smile, and square dancing 
also please him. 



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ROBERT F. O'CONNOR, JR. 

School and sports, especially basketball 
and football, constitute Bob's main in- 
terests. An executive board member of 
his C.Y.O....Bob also plavs C.Y.O. bas- 
ketball. 

Honor Roll 10: History Club 12 




EUGENE P. O'KEEFE 

Gene is well-liked and respected by all 
his friends. He dislikes the madras and 
collegiate look. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12 




JOAN M. OLIVERIO 

Bowling and water-skiing are Joan s 
pastimes. ..active in C.Y.O... .a dental as- 
sistant will be her plan for the future. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12: Office 
Duty 10; EH. A. 12; Reflector Adv't. 
Staff 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 





STEPHEN C. OLSSON 

Friendly and athletic. .Steve is a mem- 
ber of Y.M.C.A... .active in DeMolay... 
likes swimming and skiing.. .college is 
his plan after graduation. 

Wrestling 10; Ski Club 11 



MARY E. O'NEIL 

A real bowling enthusiast. ..Mary likes 
to do different things and meet different 
people. W orks after school. 

F.N. A. 11: F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand 
Certs. 60. 80: Future Homemakers 12 





ANN M. ORLANDO 

Water-skiing and bowling fill Ann's free 
time. ..member of C.Y.O. ...especially 
likes working with small children. 

Pep Club 11. 12 



FREDERICK W. O'ROURKE 

Cars are right down Buddy's alley... 
enjoys bowling.. .a member oftheC.Y.O. 
...dislikes any type of clique. 





THOMAS J. OWENS, JR. 

"Fore ! "...golf is the game most liked 
by Tom. ..also he is athleticallv-minded 
and enjoys most sports.. .active member 
of C.Y.O. He plans to attend college to 
major in history. ..future history students 
beware ! 




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ALFRED C. PACE, JR. 

Quiet in nature.. .Alfred's greatest interest 
is hunting in the deep woods. He is a 
member of the Weymouth Sportsman's 
Club. 




DONALD R. PAPKEY 

Pac... interested in refrigerations and air- 
conditioning. ..admires theChev409 and 
is interested in auto racing and water 
sports. 

Open House 10. 11. 12 



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S. MICHAEL PARDO 

All water sports are enjoyed by Mike... 
working on cars is also high on his list 
of favorite pastimes. ..has an aversion 
to homework. ..likes having a lot of fun. 

Librarv Staff 10 



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DAXIKL A. PARELIUS 

Koffi Kouadio is a bug on ornithology, 
botany, herpetology...all natural scien- 
ces. As he has lived in Africa, animal 
training rates high with him. ..also in- 
terested in taxidermy. ..all animals, run ! 

Chorus 12 



CYNTHIA S. PARENT 

Besides being a sports enthusiast in 
such areas as bowling and tennis, Cindy 
is an avid seamstress. 

Pep Club 10; Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; 
F.H.A. 12 





ROBERT B. PARK 

Bob, a junior assistant scoutmaster, 
has great interest in the field of electron- 
ics. ..prefers short hair on girls. ..likes 
both to watch and to participate in all 
sports. 

Chorus 10, 12; Library Ass't. 10 



JOYCE M. PARKER 

If someday you see a friendly smile 
behind a cash register at the Stop & 
Shop, it may well be Joyce. You might 
also find her at a dance or party. ..en- 
joys meeting sociable people. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; F.T.A. 11 





MAURY E. PARKER 

Maury devotes some of her spare time 
to roller skating and sewing. When 
she's not occupied with these, she gen- 
erally may be found in a crowd of 
spectators at sports events. 



SUSAN V. PARKER 

Sue.. .annoyed by people who cheat... 
this Rainbow girl prefers to design and 
create her own clothes. Sue took a 
course in Mandarin Chinese at Thayer 
Academy. Employs her sincere quali- 
ties as a member of the Weymouth Bible 
Club and the Monday Club of Wey- 
mouth. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Re/lector Lit. Staff 10, 
11, 12; Chorus 10, 11; Campus H.R. 
Rep. 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 





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MIRIAM C. PARLIN 

Mimi, a member of C.Y.O., enjovs knit- 
ting when she has a few spare moments 
...works at Hunt's part rime.. .reliable 
people are tops on her list. 

English Club 10; Campus H.R. Rep. 
11; Pep Club 10. 1 1; Librarv Ass't. 11, 
12 



SANDRA L. PARNABY 

Sandra is quiet and intelligent but very 
friendly. She is interested in reading 
and history. ..outside of school Sandra 
is an active member of Rainbow. 

English Club 10, 11; Campus H.R. Rep. 
10; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 12 




STANLEY W. PASKO 

People hold a special interest for Stan, 
whether he meets them through some 
favorite sport or just lounging on the 
beach. Stan belongs to a bowling 
league and is active in C.Y.O. 

Gym Team 10, 11; Bye, Bye, Btrdie: 
Honors 11; Ski Club 12; Pep Club 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




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LEONARD M. PATT 

The scientific world constitutes a great 
challenge for Lenny and reading rates 
a close second in his interests. Lenny 
is an avid fan of folk music. .has an 
aversion to homework. 




MICHAEL L. PECKHAM 

"Munster" hates getting up early. ..likes 
all sports, including karate, baseball, 
hockey, and football. He plays the 
guitar and drums.. .hopes to work in the 
sheet metal trade. 

Office Duty 10; Open House 10, 11; Sr. 
Party Comm. 



MAUREEN A. PELLAGRINI 

Red. ..vivacious and lively. ..likes parties 
and dances. She enjoys going to foot- 
ball games. Outside of school she is a 
member of C.Y.O. Her ambition is to 
go to I.B.M. school or work in the Tele- 
phone Company. 



Pep Club 
F.H.A. 12 



10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 





GLENN P. PELRINE 

Glenn enjoys gymnastics. He hopes to 
attend Wentworth Institute after gradu- 
ation. 

Gymnastics Team 10, 11, 12; Lunch 
Duty 10; Office Duty 10, 11, 12 



RICHARD L. PERKINS 

Richard's favorite sports are ice-skating 
and fishing. He dislikes homework but 
is interested in history. ..belongs to the 
Bible Club and is a worker for the Wey- 
mouth Scholarship Fund. 

History Club 11, 12 





JOAN F. PERRY 

Joan's favorite sports are water skiing 
and horseback riding. She is a special 
fan of folk music. After school Joan 
works as an aide in a nursing home... 
plans to become a registered nurse. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 12; Ski 
Club 12; Student Activity 10; Sr. Party 
Comm. 



DIANNE M. PETERS 

An avid fan of the Beatles and Peter, 
Paul, and Mary...Dianne also enjoys ice- 
skating, dancing, sewing, and traveling. 
A WBZ cheerleader for the game against 
Muscular Dystrophy. ..she aspires to be- 
come a professional model after gradua- 
ting. 

Pep Club 10, 11 





CAROL E. PETERSEN 

Especially interested in gymnastics, 
Carol also enjoys all other sports, read- 
ing, and music... dislikes snobs and cli- 
ques. 



LINDA A. PETERSEN 

Lin, a whiz at shorthand, takes 120 
words a minute. ..goes for dancing and 
music. ..conceited people are her pet 
peeve. 

Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12; Shorthand 
Certs. 60, 80, 100, 120 




JANET K. PETERSON 

Some day the stewardess on your air- 
plane may be J.K....a Rainbow member 
...dislikes homework. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Chorus 10; 
F.B.L.A. 12: Shorthand Certs. 60, 80, 
100; Ski Club 12; Re/lector Adv't. Staff 
12 




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JANET L. PETERSON 

An active member of C.Y.O. and the 
Saint Francis Drum and Bugle Corps, 
Jan also holds a part-time job at a 
bakerv...she is interested in business 
secretarial work. 

Spectrum Staff 10; Honors 10, 11; Pep 
Club 11; English Club 11; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; F.H.A. 12 



MARY T. PETTOGRASSO 

Attracted to dancing and music. ..Man- 
dislikes conceited people. 

F.H.A. 10; Pep Club 10; Campus Sec't. 
11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, Sec't. 12; Short- 
hand Cens. 60, 80 




MARK H. PE'I ERSON 

A good student, Mark is a sports fan... 
particularly loves golf and swimming... 
likes to study history. ..dislikes foreign 
languages. ..has hopes for college. 





JAMES A. PHILIP 

A salt-water enthusiast, Jim's special 
interests include swimming, sailing, and 
ocean racing.. .plans to further his edu- 
cation in college. 

A.V. Club 12 



JOANNE M. PHILLIPS 

Jo likes life and good music. She hopes 
to be a secretary someday. ..a member 
of the C.Y.O. and Weymouth Grange. 
People who are impolite bother her. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




ROBERT C. PICCLTTO 

Bob is a sports fan. ..likes most outside 
sports. He is also a working man and 
after school can be found at the Libertv 
Model Bakery. 



JOHN C. PICKERING 

His special interests include watching 
television and working on cars. ..an ac- 
tive member of C.Y.O. ...business school 
is his plan for the future. 





PAUL C. PIEPIORA 

Pepi earned his nickname bv his per- 
sonality. His interests include sports, 
food, cars, good movies, and swim- 
ming. He hopes to further his educa- 
tion after graduation. 

Open House; Office Duty 11 




STEPHEN J. PINZARI 

Steve is an outdoor man. ..enjoys skiing 
and surfing. ..playing the guitar fills his 
extra time. He is an avid member ol 
C.Y.O. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Dramatic Club 12; 
Key Club 12; Pep Club 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 




JOHN PISCIOTTOLI 

John is a true sports fan. ..an active 
member in the C.Y.O. basketball and 
baseball teams. 

Student Council 10: J.Y. Football 10. 
11; Basketball 10; Baseball 10. 11, 12; 
Junior L T sher 

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CATHLEEN M. PITTS 

Cathie hopes to attend hairdressing 
school after graduation. Right now 
she's employed at Thayer Pharmacy. 
She likes sewing, people who like to 
laugh, and especially week-ends. 

Fashion Show 10 




MARGARET C. PLAYER 

Peggy enjoys all sports, especially soft- 
ball and skating. She is a member of 
her C.Y.O. Softball and bowling teams 
...likes vacations and week-ends. 

Riding Club 12; Pep Club 12 



CHRISTOPHER T. POMPEO 

The Greek's outside interests are cars, 
especially old Fords. High on his dis- 
like list are the school lunches. 





DAVID A. POPE 

Dave plays a good game of golf., .works 
part time as an electrician's helper... 
aspires to attend Lowell Tech and ma- 
jor in electrical engineering. 



BARBARA J. POPKEN 

Is it true blondes have more fun ? Bar- 
bara, popular and friendly, says yes. 
In her leisure time she enjoys not only 
the arts, but also dancing and folk- 
music. 

High Honors 10. 11; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus 
Art Staff 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Schol- 
astic Art Award 11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; 
Tutor 12 





CARLOTTA L. PORTER 

A girl with a good disposition, Lottie is 
involved with nurse's aide work during 
part of her spare time. ..special interests 
are reading and dancing. ..plans on pro- 
fession as future I.B.M.'er after gradu- 
ation. 

Chorus 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10. 11. 12 



ROBERT D. POTTER 

When Moose isn't seen driving his Hon- 
da or M.G., he can be found riding the 
waves on his surfboard. ..active in 
church fellowship where he plays bas- 
ketball and softball. ..hopes to attend 
college in the West. 

Football 10; Basketball 10; Ski Club 
11, 12; Talent Show 11; Ferdinand 11; 
Pep Club 12; Sr. Party Comm. 





MARGARET A. POWER 

Peggy is a quiet girl who likes to sew 
and read. ..a member of the Girl Scouts 
and the Good Council (Hub. ..hopes to 
become a teacher after college and pres- 
ently teaches as a Sunday school help- 



F.T.A. 11, 12; Evaluation Comm. Tea 
11 




TERRA NCE M. POW ER 

Terry is well-known for his talent in art, 
which he intends to further by becoming 
an architectural designer. ..dislikes ham- 
burgers which he sells at Carroll's 
Drive-in. 

Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 
11; H.R. Mesngr. 11, 12; Campus 11, 
12; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 




ALBERT E. PROCTOR 

Diamond Jim's special interests include 
printing, hunting, cars, and skeetshoot- 
ing. 

Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12 



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PAMELA A. PROVOST 

Pam's special interests lie in bookkeep- 
ing and she hopes to further her educa- 
tion into accounting at Quincy Junior 
College. 

Cafeteria Help 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




JOHN W. PYE 

John is president of his church group, 
Y.P.F.... actively corresponds with ten 
penpals. ..an avid stamp and coin col- 
lector and a member of the Finnish 
Club and the "Live Wires." 

Honor Roll 10; High Honor Roll 11; 
English Club 10, 11, 12; Library Staff 
10, 11, 12; Rector Staff 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Norn. Comm. 



KEVIN M. QUILL 

Kev is an active member of his C.Y.O. 
by belonging to its baseball, basketball, 
and bowling teams. ..likes all outdoor 
sports especiallv track... would like to at- 
tend Burdett and become a CP. A. 

Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Crosscoun- 
try 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11 





ALBERT R. QUINN, JR. 

Ray is an avid fan of all sports with 
football and skiing ranking highest... 
works at Carroll's Drive-in...a member 
of C.Y.O. where he plays basketball... 
enjoys taking vacations from work. 

Football 10; A.V. Club 10; Ski Club 11, 
12 



STEPHEN H. RAND 

Steve attends an art school which he 
hopes will better his already evident 
talent for drawing. ..his hobbies consist 
of both skvdiving and motorcycles... a 
member of Y.P.F. and a band. 

Reflector Art Staff 11, Art Co-Ed. 12 





ROBERT W. RANDALL 

Robert is a quiet fellow but when he 
speaks he's well worth listening to.. .an 
active member of C.Y.O.. ..likes all 
sports and particularlv enjoys bowling. 



CHERYL D. RAYMOND 

Cheryl hopes to be an actress and has 
spent two summers as an apprentice at 
the South Shore Music Circus. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 12; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, Program Chair- 
man 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Soph. Party 
Comm. 10; Jr. One Act Play 11; Cam- 
pus Sales Rep. 10, 11; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 
Office Guide 10 





JOYCE F. REARDON 

A good personality and warm smile will 
be valuable assets to Jovce as she oc- 
cupies a desk as an efficient legal secre- 
tary. ..in the meantime, Joyce spends 
some of her time as an active member 
in C.Y.O. and as a Sundav school 
helper. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Campus 12: High 
Honors 10; Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 11. 
Vice-pres. 12; Glee Club 10, 11, 12: 
Mr. Clancv's Sec't. 12 



RICHARD E. REEVE 

Rick enjoys anything automatic, espe- 
cially Model A Fords. 

Open House 11; Office Duty 11 




DANIEL C. REYNOLDS 

A sport's enthusiast, Dan's favorite one 
is hockey. ..may be best seen pursuing 
this special interest up and down the 
skating rink during the brisk winter 
evenings. 

Hockey Team 11, 12; Honors 11: Lab 
Ass't. 



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JAMES REYNOLDS 

Jim plans on either Wentworth or 
Franklin Institute after graduation... 
sports is a great topic of conversation 
with him as he participates actively in 
both baseball and hockey. 

Hockey Team 10, 11, 12 




KATHLEEN T. RICE 

Kathy 's main goal is that of being a 
dental hygienist...is likely to be found 
near the local tennis court or atC.Y.O. 
...dislikes cliques. 

Pep Club 10; Honors 10; EH. A. 12 



PEGGY A. RICHARDSON 

Peggy is a "Jack of all sports" to coin 
a phrase.. .likes swimming, bowling, 
horseback riding. ..people interest her... 
looks forward to a career in the busi- 
ness world. 

Cafeteria Worker 10; F.B.L.A. 11, Sec't. 
12 





WAYNE G. RICHARDSON 

Once a week or more one may be sure 
to find Wayne either bending over the 
hood of an automobile or marching 
staunchly down the field as a member 
of the Drum Corps. 



MAUREEN D. RIDDLE 

Surprisinglv enough an interesting topic 
for Maureen is automobiles, especially 
all Roadsters and Chevies. ..conceited 
people and snobs disturb her the most. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Malm's Sec't. 





JUDITH M. RILEY 

Friendly and fun-loving.. .Judy is bound 
to be a successful teacher after attending 
Bridgewater. People who don't say 
"Hi!" and Knglish teachers who say 
"refer back" are her pet peeves. 

F.T.A. 11, Sec't. 12; Reflector 11, Ed.- 
in-Chief 12; Pep Club 10, 11; Open Ex. 
11, 12; Library Ass 't. 12: High Honors 
10, 11; Glee Club 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



JOHN J. RINELLA 

Johnny. ..enjoys working with the public 
...is sure to be seen running 'round the 
court as a participator on hisC.Y.O.'s 
basketball team. ..is not especially fond 
of what he thinks are cliquish people... 
business management heads his list of 
goals at the moment. 

Football 10 





MARY F. RINELLA 

Mary is an outgoing girl who loves to 
participate In all sports. She enjoys 
spending her summers in New Hamp- 
shire. ..dislikes conceited people... active 
in C.Y.O. 

Dramatic Club 10; F.H.A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Reflector Adv't. Staff 12 



BARBARA A. BOBBINS 

Barb works as a nurse's aide at South 
Shore Hospital in her spare time. She 
finds enjoyment in skating, swimming, 
and horseback riding. Likes to support 
our football and basketball teams. ..par- 
ticipates in C.Y.O. 

Chorus 10; F.N. A. 11, 12 
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DANA J. ROBERTS 

Girls with short hair are Dana's pet 
peeve. He finds pleasure in dancing 
and C.Y.O. activities... likes the beat of 
the Supremes. 

Campus Sales Staff 10; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 10; Ski Club 12; Riding Club 12; 
Pep Club 12 




DIANE M. ROBERTS 

Diane is a serious-minded student who 
plans to attend college after her gradua- 
tion. She finds pleasure participating in 
C.Y.O. activities and her church choir. 

Reflector Lit. Staff 10, 11, Ass't. Ed. 12; 
Chorus 10, 11, 12: Math Club 10: Eng- 
lish Club 10, 11; F.T.A. 10; Glee Club 
11, 12: Chorale 11; Library Ass't. 12 




STEPHEN D. ROBERTS 

Steve always enjoys a good joke and 
humorous people. He plans to enter the 
field of radio-television broadcasting 
and become a disc jockey. Active in 
Boy Scouts and DeMolay. 

Chemistry Lab Ass't. 11; Biology Lab 
Ass't. 11, 12 




LAURA J. ROBINSON 

Laura enjoys participating in many 
sports. Hopes to become a physical 
therapist. ..a member of Rainbow. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; Library Club 10; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Gymnastics 11; Horse- 
back Riding Club 11; Chorus 12; Bye, 
Bye, Birdie 



RICHARD A. ROBSON 

Dutchie has a uniquely unusual per- 
sonality. Finds folk music and all 
sports enjoyable. ..has a strong aver- 
sion to giggling girls. ..he hopes to at- 
tend college after graduation and be- 
come a funeral director. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Math Club 11, 12; Honor Roll 
11; Sr. Prom Comm. 




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MALCOLM T. ROBINSON, JR. 

Terry's special interests include cars and 
electronics. He hopes to further his 
education after graduation in elec- 
tronics. He also holds a job after school 
and is a member of DeMolay. 



AUDREY G. ROGERS 

A friendly girl with a pleasant personal- 
ity. ..Aud is working hard so that she 
can become a good secretary. Aud en- 
joys bowling, playing softball and bad- 
minton, and dancing. 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



LEE A. ROGERS 

A good-natured girl. ..Lee likes to attend 
dances. Her other interests include ten- 
nis, softball, skating, and bowling... 
C.Y.O. member. 

Softball 10; Gym Team 10; Pep Club 11 





PATRICIA M. ROGERS 

Pat, considerate and friendly, wants to 
become a nurse. She likes riding, swim- 
ming, gymnastics, and art. ..works as a 
volunteer at South Shore Hospital. 

Chorus 10; Lunch Room Monitor 10; 
Gym Team 10, 11, 12 




ROBERT R. ROSE 

Robbie. ..a carefree boy. ..having a good 
time and cars are "in" with him. 
Working takes up his time and keeps 
him busy. Blondes are tops with this 
boy. 




PETER H. ROSENTHAL 

An active member of DeMolay... Pete's 
quick wit will help him in all of his 
endeavors. 

Soph. Partv Comm.; Chorus 10. 11. 12; 
Key Club" 11, 12; J.M.S.Y.C. 11. 12: 
Ski Club 11, 12 

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DONALD E. ROSS, JR. 

An adventurer... "Roscoe" enjoys camp- 
ing and traveling. ..can often be found at 
the bowling alley... likes people who are 
interesting. ..dislikes conceited persons. 

Biology Lab Ass't. 10; History Club 1 1; 
Key Club 12 



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SHIRLEY J. ROSS 

Worthy Advisor of Rainbow. ..Shirley 
can be found at Quincy City Hospital 
as a volunteer. A waterskiing fan... 
her warm personality and friendliness 
will certainly contribute to her success 
in college. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 
11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12 




DONNA M. ROSSETTI 

Donna's vitality and vigor will help her 
to be a successful beautician. She en- 
joys surfing. ..likes "collegiate" people 
...a member of C.Y.0....can be found 
working part time in a beauty shop. 

Intramurals 10; Cheerleader 11; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 
12: Ski Club 12 





BERYL J. RUCHT1 

Beryl. ..a quiet girl with a friendly smile 
...likes interesting people and conversa- 
tions. ..can be found working part time 
after school. ..dislikes anything made of 
madras. ..would like to travel in America 
after college. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Campus Staff 12; Li- 
brary Staif 11, 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



RONALD E. Ki l l 

An enthusiastic sports fan. ..Ronnie is 
especially interested in basketball, hoc- 
key, and baseball. Also enjoys Stirling, 
horseback riding, and painting. ..dislikes 
conceited and bigoted people. ..likes folk 
music and neat people. 

Chorus 10; Basketball 10, 11, 12 



JON C. RUHR 

Any sport from skating and skiing to 
football and baseball has an avid sup- 
porter named Jon. He participates as 
well as spectates...but just show him a 
car and you have roused another one 
of his many interests. 

Ski Club 12 





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SARAH fO RUFF 

Sarah likes parties and dancing at the 
Surf. She also enjoys water skiing. 
Sarah hopes to pursue a career in the 
field of beauty as a hairdresser. Con- 
ceited people annoy her. 

Chorus 10; Intramurals 10 



JANE M. RUSSELL 

Here is a quiet girl who enjoys all sports 
...especially football games and swim- 
ming. Her future is centered about a 
nursing career, and she is getting some 
practice by doing volunteer work at the 
hospital. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 12; Library Staff 11 




JOSEPH RUSSO, JR. 

Joe is an ambitious boy with an eye 
toward a future in the Navv by partici- 
pating in the Naval Reserve. He likes 
good music. Everything about nature 
intrigues him. Another special interest 
with Joe is cars. 

Band 10; Photography Club 11 




CAROL A. RYAN 

Another future elementary school teach- 
er, Carol hopes to attend Boston State 
College next year. She is a member of 
C.Y.O. and is in its bowling league. 
Carol enjoys swimming and piano... 
especially likes our high school and 
friendly people. 



Glee Club 11, 
F.T.A. 11, 12 



12; Talent Show 11; 



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RICHARD J. RYAN 

Happy-go-lucky - Ace likes all sports 
and especially enjoys basketball, golf, 
hockey, tennis, and surfing. ..member of 
C.Y.O. and Y.M.C.A....the Surf Ball- 
room rates highly with him. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Pep 
Club 12 




PAULA J. SAGGESE 

People who are sincere and willing to 
lend a helping hand are tops with Paula. 
Sweet, neat, and shy, she will surely 
succeed. 

Honors 10: Ski Club 11. 12; Riding 
Club 12; Pep Club 11; F.T.A. 12; Sr. 
Partv Comm. 




STEPHEN W. RYDER 

Intelligent, a good leader. ..Steve is the 
president of the local L.R.Y. group and 
the treasurer of the New England Re- 
gional Committee of L.R.Y. 

Reflector 11, 12, Lit. Staff 10; Tutor 11; 
Jr. Party Comm.; Junior Usher; Assist- 
ant Director of Bye, Bye, Birdie 



MARY P. ST. PETER 

A talented seamstress and a sports en- 
thusiast. ..Mary has many friends. ..can 
always be found at a dance.. .C.Y.O. 
Delegate. 

Campus Rep. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Theater Arts Club 12: Sr. Prom Comm. 



LINDA A. SAMPLE 

Enthusiastic... Sam is always ready with 
a friendly hello. Her special interests 
are swimming, water skiing, and horse- 
back riding. A member of C.Y.O.... 
loves week ends. 

Gym Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Campus Sec't.; Pep Club 
10; Fashion Show 10; Shorthand Certs. 
60, 80; Honor Roll 10, 11 





JOHN E. SAMPSON 

Sam enjoys electronics, cars, and music. 
He has started making his millions bv 
working at Quincv Linotvpc.is a mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. 

Open House 10, 11. 12 



WILLIAM SAMPSON, III 

A hard worker at McDonald's. .."Lefty" 
dislikes cars that do not run. 

Cafeteria 11 





NANCY J. SAMULSKI 

When not working at Sandv's. Nancv 
participates in C.Y.O. activities. She 
hopes to teach somedav. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 
12; Glee Club 10, 12; F.T.A. 11; Gym- 
nastics 11 



RUSSELL SANDBLOM, JR. 

A fine athlete. ..Russ can be found play- 
ing church hockey or basketball. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11; 
Basketball 10; Student Activities Comm. 
10; Sr. Prom Comm. 




JOSEPH S. SAPORITI 

Adept with rods and reels. ..Joe is one of 
the small group of boys who still enjoys 
the sport ot fishing. 




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WALTER L. SARGENT, II 

Cars and skiing interest Walter. W ith 
his outgoing personality and great in- 
telligence he will surely succeed in col- 
lege. 

Key Club 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 1 1. 12; 
Math Club 10; Debate Club 10, 11, 12 




LAURETTA A. SASS 

An avid sports fan and an able athlete 
...Laurie enjoys reading good books. 

Glee Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Dramatic Club 10; Basketball Intra- 
tnurals 10 



LYNDA J. SAULNIER 

As a nurse Lynn will brighten the lives 
of many patients. When she is not busy 
as a volunteer worker at the South 
Shore Hospital, she find time to enjoy 
some water skiing and horseback riding. 

Intramurals 10; F.N.A. 12; Riding Club 
12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; F.H.A. 12 





DONALD D. SAVWARD 

A bug on foreign cars, Don is anti- 
homework. ..an active member of his 
church's youth group. ..enjoys playing 
as well as watching football. 



THOMAS 1>. SCANLON, JR. 

Employed by Woolworth's...Tom is a 
responsible member of C.Y.O.... athleti- 
cally-minded, he particularly enjoys out- 
door sports. ..likes dances. 





[EAN E. SCHOFIELD 

When not occupied with the responsibili- 
ties of assistant (lamp Fire leader, Jean 
manages to find time for her favorites, 
bowling and swimming.. .a member of 
Rainbow. ..conceited people annoy her. 

Reflector 11; Pep Club 12 



DOROTHEA T. SCIBECK 

Always very amiable. ..Dottie's love is 
water skiing.. .an avid football fan. ..ac- 
tive in the C.Y.O.... prefers punctual peo- 
ple. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11. 12: 
Miss Cooksey s Sec't. 





NANCY R. SCOPPETTUOLO 

Nancy enjoys sewing and cooking. 
Miniature golf is a favorite activity. In 
her spare time she is an Avon Repre- 
sentative. 

Cafeteria Worker 10; Pep Club 10; 
Sports 10, 11, 12 



WILLIAM J. SCOTT 

Bill enjovs skiing and tennis. Outside 
of school he plays basketball and is 
vice-president of his church fellowship. 

Band 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Key 
Club 11. 12; Tennis Team 11, 12; 
Talent Show 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 
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ELLEN M. SEARS 

Ellen is interested in tennis and astron- 
omy. She enjoys football, bowling, and 
sports. She is also active in C.Y.O. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Campus 
11 




EILEEN S. SEYIGNY 

A boating enthusiast, Sue aspires to be- 
come a secretarv...a participant in her 
C.Y.O. 

Shorthand Certs. 60, 80: Mr. West's 
Sec't. 12 




J. DAVID SEYMOUR 

Dave.. .tall, handsome, intelligent... 
bound to succeed in life as he makes his 
way through college.. .enjoys everything, 
especially math and sciences. 

Winter Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Xat'l. Merit 
Comm. 



ASHA M. SHABBELEH 

Friendlv and talkative.. .Asha has fit 
right into all school activities.. .a wel- 
come addition to Weymouth High 
School. 





MARJORIE L. SHAFER 

Marjie... friendly and talkative. ..enjoys 
walking, reading, Paul Newman, red 
Jaguars, writing, and especially Ital- 
ians. ..dislikes hypocrites. ..spends much 
of her spare time baby-sitting. 

Ski Club 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; History 
Club, Yice-Pres. 11; Soph. Party 
Comm.; F.N.A., Vice-Pres. 11, Sec't.- 
Treas. 12 



PAUL J. SHAUCK 

Good-natured and fun to be with. Paul 
especially enjoys bowling and swim- 
ming., .active in C.Y.O,...likes going to 
the Surf. .dislikes snobby or untidy 
girls. 

Ski Club 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Riding 
Club 12 





ELLEN F. SHEA 

With her pleasant personality and win- 
ning smile, Ellen is sure to succeed in 
any chosen field. ..active in Civil Air 
Patrol. ..enjoys football games and ice- 
skating.. .is fond of people who like to 
have fun. ..does not like bovs who are 
late for a date. 

Library 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 



GARETH M. SHEBEK, JR. 

Sincere and dedicated in all his en- 
deavors. Gary will surely succeed in 
whatever his future goal might be... ac- 
tive in his C.Y.O... .can often be found 
diligently working at the Rib Room. 

Wrestling 10, 11; Cross Country 11 





JAMES A. SHEPHERD 

A member of his C.Y.O. basketball team 
...Jim enjoys other sports, mechanics, 
and cars. People who brag and act 
snobbish do not rate high in Jims 
estimation. 

Football 10 



ELIZABETH F. SHEPPARD 

Elizabeth has an avid interest in sports, 
especially skating and swimming.. .also 
enjoys music, television, and reading. 
After school she is a worker at Tufts 
Librarv in North Wevmouth. 



Intramurals 
F.T.A. 12 



10; Ubrary Club 10; 




NEIL K. SHEPPARD 

Very friendly and easv to get along with 
..."Shep" can be found working in a 
coat warehouse after school... his favor- 
ite pastime is outdoor sports. 



Gymnastics 10. 11; Pep Club 12 



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NANCY F. SHERMAN 

"Sherm" is planning on attending the 
Peabody School for Girls upon gradu- 
ating from high school. ..enjoys sewing 
and water skiing.. .dislikes conceited peo- 
ple. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 




MARK R. SHINNEY 

Mark is an active member of the C.Y.O. 
and the C.Y.O. bowling team. Having 
an ear for music, he plays the saxa- 
phone and the trombone in the band... 
special interests include swimming and 
bowling... intends to become a teacher. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12 




PAUL J. SHINNEY 

A warm friendly smile and a magnetic 
personality. . always ready to lend a 
helping hand. ..these fine attributes will 
help lead Paul to success in whatever 
field of endeavor he chooses. 

Track 10 





LYNN I. SHOLLEXBKRGER 

"Ingy" is an outgoing individual with 
many varied interests including travel- 
ing and dancing. ..she enjoys meeting 
many different people but turns thumbs 
down on snobs and egotists. ..works at 
South Shore Hospital and sews in her 
spare time. 

Honors 10; F.B.L.A. 11. 12; Reflector 
U.K. Rep. 11 



ALAN f. SIMMONS 

Al, a mechanically-inclined young man, 
may often be found busily working un- 
der the hood of a car. A member of a 
popular band, he is indispensable as a 
drummer. 

Hockey 10 





JOANNE L SIMON 

Jo is an outdoor sports fan with special 
emphasis on tennis and skiing. ..sews in 
her spare time and uses her talent for 
singing often. ..hopes to attend college in 
the future. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Gymnastic Team 11; 
Glee Club 11, 12; Tennis Team 10, 11; 
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 11, 
12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



GLENN E. SIMONSON 

Si likes cars, particularly fast ones... 
works at Curtis Farms. ..likes people 
with a sense of humor. ..when the alarm 
clock goes off in the morning, it tinds 
him in poor humor because Si hates 
getting up. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10 





W ILLIAM F. SINIBALDI 

Bill is an active sports fan who bowls in 
the Curtis Farms" Bowling League and 
plays basketball for the C.Y.O.. ..likes all 
cars and '49 Chevys especially... keeps 
himself busy by banging a register at 
Curtis Farms. 

Student Council 10; Student Act. Comm. 
10: Monitor 10 




WILLIAM J. SJOSTEDT 

BilL.handv with tools. ..an active mem- 
ber of his church basketball team. ..can 
be found reading Popular Science, 
Sports Illustrated, or Readers ' Digest. 
He works during the summer months 
at the telephone company where he 
plans to return after school. 




RICHARD E. SKELLETT 

Richie specializes in woodworking... 
hopes to do work in the field of cabinet- 
making after graduation. ..enjoys tinker- 
ing with cars. 



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JOYCE D. SKILLIN 

Member of Rainbow. ..an active partici- 
pant in Y.M.C. A.. ..Joyce's special in- 
terests lie in drawing and gymnastics. 

Honors 10 




JUDITH M. SLATTERY 

Judy. ..a member of C.Y.O.... marches in 
the Saint Francis Drum and Bugle 
Corps. ..her special interest is teaching. 

Soph. Party Comm.; High Honors 10, 
11; Pep Club 11, 12; English Club 11; 
Jr. Party Comm.; F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. 
Xom. Comm. 



DONALD R. SMITH 

Don.. .a sports enthusiast... likes to beat 
on his drums. 

Honors 10 





JAMES D. SMITH 

A sports enthusiast. ..Jim's after-school 
job takes up most of his time. 



LYDIA E. SMITH 

A talented pianist and a Highland 
dancer. ..during spare time can be found 
bowling, riding horses, or skating. Af- 
ter college Lydia hopes to become a 
nurse. She devotes much of her spare 
time volunteering at hospitals. 



J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 
12 



11. 12: F.X.A. 10, 11, 







RAYMOND A. SMITH 

Ray is a friendly person who enjoys 
having as much fun as possible. He 
can be found working diligendy atDel's 
Variety. Also active on the church bas- 
ketball team. ..conceit annovs him. 

Honor Roll 10 



RONALD C. SMITH 

Ron is a regular car enthusiast. He 
enjoys particularlv taking a car apart. 
His pet peeve is a car which runs 
smoothly and has no mechanical prob- 
lems. 





VIRGINIA M. SMITH 

Ginny...a friendly person who dislikes 
conceited people and "wearing shoes." 
Enjovs listening to Dylan and Bruce 
Bradley. ..she is determined to go to 
England someday. 

Chorus 10, 11; History Club 11; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Campus 
H.R. Rep. 11 



CYNTHIA J. SNOW 

Petite, attractive, sincere, and courteous. 
Cindy is a friend to all. She is Vice- 
President of her church group...a sure 
success. 

Student Council 10, 11, Sec't. 12: Jr. 
Party Comm.: Campus Art Staff 11, 
Co-Ed. 12; Jr. Class Sec't.; Sr. Class 
Sec't.; High Honors 11; Campus Queen 
11: Pep Club 11, 12 




THOMAS M. SNYDER 

Working part-time at the First National 
has kept Duke busy. ..would like to at- 
tend college and someday teach school 
...likes girls with that special smile... 
people who ask, "What are you going 
to do after high school?" annoy him. 



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[ANET SOUL 

The business world holds Jan's future 
as a legal secretary. ..can always be seen 
having a good time. ..especially likes 
dancing and all outdoor sports. ..also 
an active member in C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10, 12; H.K. Mesngr. 12 




MARY A. SPANO 

Loving animals the way she does, vet- 
erinary medicine is the only career for 
Shortie...she would especially like to 
raise tropical fish. ..also a member of 
C.Y.O. 

Riding Club 11. 12, Pres. 11; Ski Club 
11, 12; Library Ass't. 11; Gym Team 
11 



LOUISE M, SPILLANE 

Louise's natural ability to make friends 
along with her keen wit will carry her 
far. Her special interests are water ski- 
ing and dancing.. .also a member of 
C.Y.O. 

Soph. Party Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11; 
F.T.A. 11; Campus Sales Staff 11; Sr. 
Xom. Comm. 





DONA 1.1) f. SPINK 

An avid dancer and horseback rider, 
Don is an asset to any group. His fu- 
ture plans are uncertain but won't stay- 
that way for long. ..is especially annoy- 
ed by people who are always clicking 
and tapping their pens. 



(.All. M. SPINK 

Thoughtful and courteous. ..Gail dislikes 
cliques. 





NORMAN I.. SPINNEY, [R. 

"Satch" likes just about everything, 
especially girls. Conceited people both- 
er him most. His future students will 
enjoy his wit and friendly personality. 

Chorus 10, 11; Bye, Bye, Birdie, Key 
Club 12; Pep Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



PAUL A. SPINNEY 

Cheerful and very active in outside ac- 
tivities. ..Paul likes easy-going people 
and strongly believes that "work is the 
key to success." Paul works after 
school. 

Honor Roll 10 





PAULINE M. STANLEY 

Pauline intends to go to Mansfield 
Beauty Academy after graduating.. .an 
avid sports enthusiast. ..dislikes two- 
faced people. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11, Vice Pres. 12; 
Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Gymnastics 
Club 11; Campus Sec't. 12; Honors 11; 
Sr. Party Comm. 



BARBARA E. STEPHENS 

Barbara likes working with art and de- 
signing clothes. She hopes to attend a 
school of design after graduation... 
member of Rainbow and Y.P.F. 

Pep Club 11, 12: F.B.L.A. 11, 12: 
Riding Club 11, 12; Girls Glee Club 11; 
Ski Club 12 




JAMES W. STETSON 

"Surf's up!" Jim enjovs surfing and 
dancing. He keeps busy working at 
Sandy's. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Kev Club 12: Bov's 
Pep Club 12; Theater Arts Club 12 




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DONNA M. STEWART 

Loves dancing and music. ..Donna will 
swing to success in the business world. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Riding Club 11; Mr. Pow- 
er's Sec't. 12 




JEAN E. STEWART 

Jean belongs to the "Nelsonaires," an 
accordian group. ..she's also interested 
in clothing design. 



Glee Club 10, 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12 



Pep Club 11, 12; 




CHRISTOPHER H. STONE 

Chris is a member of the DeMolay 
Rifle Club. ..is interested in motorcycles. 

Ski Club 11, 12 



CHALLEN E. STOWERS 

Chal will undoubtably become an out- 
standing nurse. ..a volunteer at the South 
Shore Hospital and die Mass. Associa- 
tion for the Adult Blind. ..she likes mu- 
sic and drama. 

F.N.A. 11, 12; Girls Glee Club 11, 12; 
Mixed Chorus 11, 12 





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PAUL J. STONELY 

Paul is a sports enthusiast and likes to 
work.. .dislikes quizzes. ..plans to enter 
Mass. College of Pharmacy. 

Chess Club 12; Math Club Treas. 12; 
Campus Sales Staff 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 



GEORGE C. STRICKLAND 

Strick is an enthusiastic hunter. ..he es- 
pecially enjoys working on cars. ..quiet 
but active. 



PAUL S. STUART 

Quiet and pensive... well-dressed "Stu" 
enjoys dancing and good music. ..wish- 
es to continue his education. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; High Honors 10; Hon- 
ors 11; Vice-Pres. W.V.T.H.S. 12; Jr. 
Usher 





HAROLD C. SULLIVAN 

You'll never find any spot on your 
windshield when Harry cleans it. ..he 
occupies his time by putting tigers in 
tanks. ..he has a great interest in all 
sports. 




GEORGE \Y. SULLIVAN 

Leprechaun's interests include sports 
and sheet metal. His pet peeve is wo- 
men drivers. Outside of school he plavs 
in a band and is a member of the 
C.Y.O. 

Open House 11; Basketball, Mangr. 11; 
Student Gov't. 10. 11, 12 



KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN 

Kathy has an avid interest in bowling... 
and a dislike for conceited people.. .also 
a member of C.Y.O. group. ..she plans 
to become a secretary. 

Shorthand Certs. 60, 80; Mr. Marsh- 
man's Sec t. 12: Pep Club 12 

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ROSEMARY A. SULLIYAX 

Short and vivacious. ..Rowie exhibits a 
continual smile. Her summer activities 
at Wessagussett Beach are as memo- 
rable as the fun she has dancing at the 
Surf. A nurses' aide. ..disapproves of 
excessive smokers. 




PAULA J. SURETTE 

Paula, a girl of sincerity, has many in- 
terests. Photography, reading, and 
creative writing are especially enjoyed 
b\- her as well as history, music, and all 
sports. ..outside of school, Paula does 
hospital volunteer work. 

Creative Writing 11; Pep Club 12; Bye, 
Bye, Birdie 




MICHAEL W. SWEENEY 

A track enthusiast, Mike also is an avid 
band member. ..when not occupied with 
work, Boy Scouts, or his church group, 
Mike takes time to appreciate girls who 
apply their makeup modestly. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11, 12; A.Y. Club 11, 
12; Talent Show 11; Ski Club 11; Stu- 
dent Election 11; Key Club 12; Cross 
Country 1 1 





ELIZABETH A. SYZMANSK1 

Quiet and cultural-minded. ..Betsy's 
main interests consist of art and reading 
Old English Literature. A sincere girl... 
she expeas from others the same integ- 
rity she displays. 

F.N.A. 12: Riding Club 12; Pep Club 12 



KATHY L. TABER 

Skiing, horseback riding, art, and play- 
ing the piano make up most of Kathy 's 
interests. A fun-loving girl with a win- 
ning smile.. .she enjoys watching sports, 
especially football and basketball. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11. 12 





MARILYN f. TANKARD 

Likes friendly people... Marilyn is active 
in church and community organizations 
including Rainbow and Camp Fire Girls. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Glee 
Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



KENNETH R. TANSEY 

Science and sports-minded. ..Ken parti- 
cularly likes the Celtics. ..plays chess in 
his spare time. 

Chess Club 11, 12 





ROBERT M. TEKIN 

A personable boy who enjoys meeting 
people and working with them... Butch 
is an active member of the Junior En- 
gineering Society. ..admires individual- 
ity in people. 

Student Activity 10: Chorus 10; Jr. Par- 
tv Comm.; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Campus 
10, 12; Key Club 12; Honors 10; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




MARY B. TENORE 

Mary loves Italian food. This future 
hairdresser dislikes people who seek 
friendship only when they want some- 
thing. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Certs. 60, 
80; Mrs. Diment's and Miss Fav'sSec't. 
12; Cafeteria 12 




MARILYN THAYER 

Mai likes horses and horseback riding 
...active in Rainbow. 

Glee Club 10, 11. 12; Gvm Team 11; 
Chorus 12; Library Ass't. 10. 11. 12 



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JAMES E. THOMAS 

Sports-minded Jim is an aaive mem- 
ber of C.Y.O. basketball and hockey 
teams. ..also a member of American Le- 
gion baseball. ..likes boys who show 
school spirit. 

J.V. Football 10; JA'. Basketball 10; 
Cross Country 11; Boys' Pep Club 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




PATRICIA M. THOMAS 

Friendly and talkative, Pat enjoys pep 
rallies and making new friends... Sec 't. 
of C.Y.O. and Vice-Pres. of Good Coun- 
cil Club. 

Chorus 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus 
Sales Staff 11; F.B.LA. 11, Pres. 12; 
Soph. Party Comm. 



HOLLY THORNE 

Holly, a girl with a smile for everyone, 
is interested in swimming... member of 
Rainbow and Vice-Pres. of M.Y.F. 

EH.A. 10, 11; F.B.LA. 11, 12; Chorus 
10; Glee Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Gvm Team 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 




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JOHN A. THORP 

Cars, sports, and reading interest Jack. 
Restoring old cars will surely aid him 
in the field of automotive engineering. 
He has an aversion for reckless drivers. 

Key Club 12 



LINDA A. THRELFALL 

In the future, Linda will be found teach- 
ing English in high school. She likes 
swimming at the Y.M.C.A.... member of 
C.Y.O. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Campus 11, 12;F.T.A. 
12; Chorus 10; Honors 10; Pep Club 
11; Campus H.R. Rep. 10; Drama Club 
10; Soph. Party Comm. 




REED E. TIBBETTS 

"'Tibs", a friendly and fun-loving fellow, 
especially likes spending his time racing 
all types of cars. 

Student Govt 1 1, 12 



DOUGLAS A. TILDEX 

Doug is an active conservative whose 
interests lie in the field of politics... 
K.K.K. activist.. .has no use for people 
who don't speak their minds. 

Debate Club 10, 11, 12; Band 10: 11; 
History Club 11; Key Club 11, 12 





RICHARD S. TIRRELL 

Artisticallv inclined, Dick enjovs draw- 
ing and art. ..plays the guitar. ..occupies 
his spare time swimming and bicycling 
...poetry and reading are also among 
his interests. 

Opening Ex. 10; Boston Globe Scholas- 
tic An Award 10; Library Ass't. 12 



FRANK S. TONIS 

Always cheerful... Frank is especially in- 
terested in electronics... program chair- 
man of his fellowship. ..active in Bov 
Scouts he also likes skiing and playing 
the drums. 

Electronics Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Band 10, 11, 12; Key Club 10, Sec't. 
11. Pres. 12 




CHARLES F. TOOHEY, JR. 

Charley. ..with his natural athletic abil- 
ity will surely be successful as a physi- 
cal education major in college.. .an en- 
thusiastic basketball player. 



Basketball 10, 11, 
12: Kev Club 12 



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W ILLIAM E. TORMEY 

A member of C.Y.O....Bill is an active 
participant of Sea Scouts. ..pursues in- 
terests In sailing and water skiing. ..he 
mav follow a career in the field of elec- 
trical engineering. 



JOSEPH VV. TOTMAX, II 

Joe.. .can always be found organizing 
something.. .an enthusiastic harness 
horse driver. ..anticipates studying pre- 
med in college. 

Reflector U.K. Rep. 10; Jr. Usher; Tutor 
11, 12; Track 11, 12; Campus Sales 
Staff Co-Ed. 12; Student Council 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Sr. Norn. Comm. 




BARBARA R. TRAKNIS 

Barb owns a Belgian shepherd and likes 
all dogs. ..tennis, Softball, and C.Y.O. 
are her main interests. 

Campus Sales Staff 11; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 11, 12; Mock Election Comm. 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12 





ARLEXE R. TREACY 

Arlene enjoys sewing, boating, and trav- 
eling.. .likes people, football, and foreign 
cars. ..an active member ofC.Y.O., and 
a member of the C.S.F. Board. 

F.N.A. 10, 11; Pep Club 11. 12; Hon- 
ors 10; High Honors 11; Campus 12; 
Tutor 12; Office W orker 12; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie; Sr. Prom Comm. 



LINDA R. TRIBOU 

Musically-inclined. ..Linda enjoys play- 
ing the piano. ..she is active in her 
church's Pilgrim Fellowship. ..is an or- 
ganist for Rainbow, and a member of 
the basketball team for her church. 

Chorus 10; Talent Show 10; Glee Club 
11, 12; Mixed Chorus 11, 12; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 11; F.T.A. 11; 
Ski Club 12; English Club 12; High 
Honors 10. 11: Sr. Play 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 





GASPER TRIXGALE 

Gap enjoys golf, tennis, and folk music 
...participates in C.Y.O. basketball and 
bowling.. .Gap is also a member of the 
C.S.F. Committee and the Y.M.C.A. 

Key Club 11. 12; Pep Club 12; Ski 
Club 12; Sr. Play 12; High Honors 10, 
11; Jr. Party Rep.; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



JOHX P. TUFFY 

Musically-talented. ..Tuf plays the guitar 
in his band. ..also enjoys baseball and 
likes to hunt. ..is a member of his C.Y.O. 
Tuf intends to enter a school of architec- 
tural drawing when he graduates. 

Football 10: Gymnastics 10, 11. 12 





JOAN M. URBAXOWTCZ 

Joannie likes to enjoy herself.. .enjoys 
going to parties, dances, and football 
games. ..especiallv enjovs traveling and 
horseback riding. ..she aspires to be an 
airline stewardess and is a member of 
C.Y.O. 



Pep Club 
Mangr. 12 



12; Reflector 12; Adv t. 



SHIRLEY A. VAXASSE 

After graduation, Beth hopes to become 
a secretary. She likes bowling, dancing, 
and bovs. She is an active member ot 
her C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 10 



PETER H. YAXEDEX 

An easy smile and a friendly personal- 
ity will surely help Pete in anything he 
does... success is certainlv in his future. 



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JAMES J. VENTO 

J.V. is known for his great personality. 
He hates getting up early and likes go- 
ing home from school. His outside ac- 
tivities include C.Y.O. and C.Y.O. bas- 
ketball. 

Band 10, 11, 12 




CHARLES G. VERGE 

Charlie's special interest is the guitar, 
on which he plays folk music. He likes 
Cape Cod and people who make him 
laugh. He dislikes immature girls and 
all outspoken people. His outside ac- 
tivities consist of tennis, water skiing, 
and giving guitar lessons. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Tennis Team 10, 
11, 12; Pep Club 12; District Chorus 
12; Sr. Partv Comm. 




JANICE L. VICKEKY 

Janice's special interests are dancing 
and cheerleading. She likes water ski- 
ing and horseback riding but dislikes 
conceited and unfriendly people. She is 
active in Rainbow. 

High Honors 10: Pep Club 11; Cheer- 
leading 12 





LYNN S. VICTOR 

Sweet and dedicated. ..Lynn hopes to 
eventually become a social worker.. .her 
special interest is her guitar.. .dislikes 
insincere people.. .we wish her the best 
of luck in her future goal. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11; F.T.A. 11; Campus Staff 
12 



MARIAXXA YILLAN'OYA 

Marianna is active and fun-loving... 
enjoys sewing, dancing, singing, and 
bowling. ..occupies much ol her time 
at Chi-Rho or at Reidy's where she has 
a part-time job. ..we are sure success is 
right down her alley. 

Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 10, 11; Fash- 
ion Show 12 



DEBORAH L. WAGNER 

Debbie's desire is to attend the New 
England School of Art.. .is a member of 
C.Y.O. and her church choir. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 10; Dance 
Decorating Comm. 10, 11: Riding Club 
11, 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie 





GLENN K. WALKER 




Glenn's job at Curtis Farms takes up 
most of his time... but while he is not 
working, he can be seen on a basketball 
court plaving for his church team. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12 




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VERNA S. YON IDERSTEIN 

Athletic and vivacious. ..Yerna's friendly 
personality will prove helpful in her fu- 
ture career as a physical education 
teacher... member of her church basket- 
ball team. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; Tennis 11, 
12; Campus 10, Sales Staff 11; Gym- 
nastics 10; Cheerleader 11, Head Cheer- 
leader 12; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 



JOHN R. WAITE 

An orderly at the South Shore Hospital 
...Binks enjoys skin diving and appre- 
ciates a good car. 



LINDA E. WALKER 

Lin. ..member of C.Y.O... .although she 
has been horseback riding only once, 
she loves it. ..dislikes snobs. 

Pep Club 10: A Y. Club 11, 12 



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RICHARD C. WALKUP 

A real sheet metal expert. Rick enjoys 
all sports... tinkers with anything on 
wheels. ..dislikes getting up early in the 
morning.. .an active member of De- 
Molay. 

Open House 10; Office Duty 11, 12 




NANCY E. WALLACE 

English literature, teaching, food, and 
folk music are W ally's likes... sloppy 
boys and girls are her dislikes. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; Honors 10; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie; Tour Guide of Junior High 
Schools 10; Sr. Party Comm. 



JAMES WALSH 

Fun-loving Jimmy. ..a transfer from 
South Boston High School enjoys danc- 
ing and can often be found at the Surf. 



SHAROX M. WARMIXGTON 

Worm enjoys sports mainly as a spec- 
tator, especially football. She plans to 
continue and complete her education at 
a school of business. ..employed by 
Sheridan "s. 

Softball Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60 






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LINDA L. WALSH 

Linda loves to create her own clothes, 
as her participation in the Fashion 
Shows might indicate... detests people 
who talk about others behind their 
backs. 



Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



Mr. Dolan's 



ALFRED J. WATKINS 

Al plans to continue his education in 
the field of engineering. He is fond of 
spending his spare time working with 
sheet metal. 

Kev Club 12 



GEORGE A. WATSON 

Soft-spoken and a true gentleman... 
George is linguistically inclined and a 
lover of good music. ..dislikes people 
who continually offer undue criticism. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Key Club 
10, 11, 12; Chorus 12; Math Club 10, 
11; Campus 11, Sales Staff Co-Ed. 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Bye, Bye, Birdie; 
Theater Arts 12 





PRISCILLA M. WATSON 

Pris... often seen displaying her school 
spirit by cheering on the Weymouth 
football team during games.. .she is par- 
ticularly annoyed by people who are 
in cliques. 

Softball Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 10. 
11; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 11: Short- 
hand Certs. 60, 80 



VIRGINIA C. WAYNICH 

A girl with a unique personality. Ginger 
is a keen fan of all sports.. .a member of 
a bowling team and the Y.M.C.A. Ten- 
nis, reading, folk music, and skiing 
constitute her other interests. 

Chorus 10; Ubrary Staff 10; Pep Club 
10; Student Activity 10; Gym Team 11: 
Riding Club 12; Theater Arts 12 




ALICE M. WAYSHVILLE 

A loyal spectator of our football and 
basketball games. ..Alice enjoys all 
sports. The luture holds many sur- 
prises for this talented young ladv. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 10. 11: Mr. 
Carven's Sec't. 12 




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NANCY R. WEBB 

Hairdressing may hold the key to Nan- 
cy's future.. .can be seen working at the 
South Shore Hospital. ..also enjoys the 
stock-car races. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 



BRIAN E. WENTWORTH 

Bri's special interests include biology 
and mechanics. Outside of school he is 
an active member of DeMolay. He likes 
cars, boats, and girls. ..dislikes conceited 
people. 




BRUCE D. WEEKS 

"Backwards progress Bruce" really 
finds enjoyment with "joie de vivre"... 
participant in the State Drama Festival 
...an officer in the South Shore De- 
Molay Chapter. 

Dramatic Club 10; Soph. PartyOomm.; 
Soph. Play; High Honors 10, 11: Jr. 
One Act Play; Key Club 11, 12; Chess 
Club 11, 12; Math Club 12; Theater 
Arts 12 



BRUCE E. WENTWORTH 

"Worthless" certainly doesn't seem an 
appropriate byname for Bruce, as he 
has a keen interest in DcMolav, biology, 
and certain types of cars. Overly emo- 
tional girls irritate him. 



KATHRYN R. WENTZEL 

Animals, wild or domestic, are Kathy's 
major interest. ..also enjoys swimming 
and all the latest dances. ..a member of 
Rainbow. 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 10; Glee Club 11; 
Campus 12 




ROBERT T. WHEELER 

Bob's plans for the future include going 
to an engineering college. He is always 
at ease while talking of his favorite sub- 
ject, cars. 

Speech Club 10 



JAMES C. WHITE 

Jim is an aggressive player in all sports, 
especially basketball. His spare time is 
divided between working at a supermar- 
ket and playing on his church basket- 
ball team. College is his goal. 

Campus Sales Staff 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





JOHN W. WHITE, JR. 

John's enthusiastic interest in cars will 
influence his plans for a career. He 
hopes to become an engineer for the 
Chrysler Corporation. 

One Act Play 10; Chess Club 11; Key 
Club 11. 12; W restling Team 11, 12 



RICHARD W. WHITNEY 

A sailing and tennis enthusiast. ..Dick is 
sincere, friendly, and responsible. He 
plans a career in medicine. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Key Club 10, 
12, Treas. 11; Math Club 10, 11, 12; 
Tennis 10, 12, Capt. 11; Nat. Merit 
Cert. 11; High Honors 10, 1 1; Jr. Ush- 
er; Debate Team 10; English Club 10; 
Thayer Summer Science Program 11; 
Math Team 11, 12; Campus 10, 11, 
Ed. -in-Chief 12 




ROGER M. WIDDEN 

When there is tackling to be done, Chub 
is in position on the gridiron. He has 
an avid interest in all sports and is a 
member of the Y.M.C.A. 

Football 10, 11, 12 



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ROBERT D. WIDDOP 

Broth is the drummer of the "Noc- 
turnes." He swings to all kinds of 
music. ..the audience always cheers for 
more when he is on stage. 




DOROTHY J. WIGGINS 

Dotty is an active girl. She loves sports, 
especially bowling and swimming. ..is 
presendy going to an I.B.M. school as 
well as to Weymouth High. 

Intramurals 10; F.B.L.A. 11,12 



SHIRLEY D. WIGGINS 

You can always find Shirl out on the 
dance floor. She is an active member 
of Rainbow. ..hates people whoconstant- 
ly lie. 

Student Activity 10; Mr. Hill's Sec't. 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12 





PAUL B. WIGHT 

Paul has a special craving for cars. He 
especially enjoys tinkering with car en- 
gines. Plans a career in aircraft elec- 
tronics. ..a certified scuba diver and a 
member of the Channeleers Radio Club. 

Open House 10, 11. 12 



FRANCIS J. WILHELM, JR. 

Easy-going and friendly, Frank likes 
everything... may be seen anytime riding 
around on his Honda. ..member of 
C.Y.O. 



High Honors 
House 10. 11 



10; Honors 11; Open 





ALAN D. WILL 

Alan is interested in sports and guitars 
...enjoys people with a sense of humor. 
His future may include attending Rut- 
gers and becoming a commercial air- 
plane pilot. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Winter and 
Spring Track 10. 11. Co-Capt. 12; Kev 
Club 10; Pep Club 12; Student Council 
11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



RICHARD A. WILLIAMS 

Athletically minded. ..Dick enjoys out- 
door sports, especially track. People 
with a good sense of humor are, in his 
estimation, tops. 

Reflector Rep. 11; Spring Track 10; 
Winter Track 1 1 






BARBARA J. YVILSf >N 

Eager to help others... Barb has great 
artistic ability. ..anticipates a nursingca- 
reer in the Peace Corps. 

Library Staff 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10: 
English Club 11, 12; Reflector Art Staff 
11, 12; Mrs. Diment's Secretary; F.N. A. 
12; Honors 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.: 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




DAVID T. WILSON 

A sense of humor is one of Dave's 
many assets which have won him many 
friends. ..sports, aviation, and fried 
clams are among his favorites. Domi- 
neering people annoy him. 

Football 10; Wrestling 11, 12 




HELEN L. WILSON 

An Agatha Christie reader. ..an avid 
baseball and football tan. ..witty and 
Iriendly, Helen is a member ol Rainbow 
...enjoys music. 



Chorus 10. 11. 12; Glee Club 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11; Bye, Bye, Birdie 



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JACOB J. WILSON 

fake is an outdoors lan. ..would prefer 
to spend most of his time boating or 
going fishing. ..likes reading adventure 
stories and attending parties. ..intrigued 
by travel. 

Spectrum 10 




JOHN G. WILSON 

A member of C.Y.O....Jack anticipates 
a career In medicine... athletically mind- 
ed, he enjoys all sports. ..likes to read... 
prejudice and snobbery are two quali- 
ties that lie disapproves of. 

Kev Club 12 




MARGARET E. WINN IK 

A future nurse. ..her sweet and quiet 
personality will please her patients. 
Peggy enjoys all sports, particularly 
football and Softball.. .finds math inter- 
esting. ..conceited people annoy her. 

Library Staff 10 





BEVERLY J. WOOD 

Bev's warm personality will open many 
doors for her in the business world... 
during her spare time she can be found 
horseback riding. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Riding Club 12 



SANDRA L. WOOD 

Sandi's interests range from dramatics 
to ten-pin bowling. ..works at Living 
Aluminum which takes up her leisure 
time. 

Dramatic Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10; 
Gym Team 10; Cafe. Worker 10; Office 
Worker 10; Bye, Bye, Birdie; Honors 
10; High Honors 11; Campus 





JOHN R. YOUNG 

A summer sports enthusiast, Russ en- 
joys water skiing, swimming, and horse- 
back riding. He spends his spare time 
working at Hi-Wey Discount Center 
and tinkering with cars. After gradua- 
tion he will enter the armed services. 



MARCIA L. YOUNG 

A personable girl, Marcia combines an 
avid interest in math with a love for 
sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Cheerleader 12; Ten- 
nis 11, 12; -English Club 10, 11; Library 
Ass't. 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus 10, 
11; Co-Ed. Sports 12; One Act Play 11; 
Merit Scholarship Letter Commend.; 
Mass. Drama Festival 11; Bye, Bye, 
Birdie; High Honors 10, 11; Thayer 
Summer Science Program; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 





ROBERT E. ZACKRISON 

Bob is a quiet boy who enjoys the in- 
vigorating outdoor life. ..especially en- 
joys the challenge in hunting... Bob is 
also interested in serving his country 
and is a member of the U. S. Naval 
Reserve. 




DONALD R. ZEOLI 

Music and cars constitute Don's special 
interests. ..sincere and interesting people 
appeal to him. ..part-time work at a 
bakery takes up his spare time. 




WALTER J. ZUFELT 

A friendly personality will help Walter 
become a success in whatever field he 
chooses for his career. He enjoys tink- 
ering with cars and riding motorcycles. 



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Death. The Class of '66 remembers 
Nancy Wilson, Paul Campot, and Rob-^* 
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STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 



If our school be one great stage upon 
which the student acts and reacts con- 
tinually, can there not be a scene for 
every person's interest; a thousand 
scenes then ? 

Every actor directs his skill toward the 
one area he best understands. The role 
which is most similar to the actor's 
thoughts and interests becomes for him, 
not a tedious dialogue, but a fulfilling 
reward. Thus the students of Weymouth 
High School choose to participate in the 
many extra-curricular activities offered 
them within the school. 

The advantages gained from these 
activities are manifold. The student's 
character benefits from his new experi- 
ences. 

Every part the actor plays by aug- 
menting his knowledge of the world 
around him, effects a greater degree of 
maturity and self-confidence. 

These activities lend a stronger foun- 
dation to the student's character. Since 
they increase the student's physical and 
intellectual growth, these extra-curricu- 
lar activities undertaken are the friend 
and the benefactor of his personality. 
Through his participation in them, he 
not only learns; he gains a greater 
amount of understanding and enlight- 
ment. 



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KEY CLUB 



Citizenship through Cooperation 





The Key Club is another service organization of Weymouth High. 
Here, the club's officers, Tom Noble, Frank Tonis, Mark Lough- 
miller, and Mark Donelan work to bring a meeting to order. 



Sponsored by the Weymouth Kiwanis 
Club, the Weymouth High School Key 
Club offers to its members an oppor- 
tunity to serve the community. Under 
the direction of Mr. Daly and Mr. War- 
ren, the club strives to prepare its mem- 
bers for adulthood. The club accom- 
plishes this goal by providing experi- 
ences in living and working together 
which enable the boys to develop initi- 
ative and leadership traits. 

President, Frank Tonis; Vice-President, 
Mark Donelan; Treasurer, Thomas 
Noble; and Secretary, Mark Loughmil- 
ler; led a membership of forty -three dur- 
ing this year of service. In order to 
raise money for its many civic func- 
tions, the club conducted a dance and 
several car washes. During the various 
holiday seasons, the Key Club gives a 
food basket to a needy family in the 
town. In June the club awards a schol- 
arship to a worthy senior. 



Spurring interest in the school's basketball games is 
les Lynch and Philip Flaherty. Mr. Daly, adv 
throughout the school year. 



one of the Key Club's jobs. Char- 
isor of the group, keeps them busy 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Experience in Democracy 




The sophomore governing body at W eymouth High School Annex injects a high calibre esprit de corps into their classmates. 




Each Council member is elected to represent his classmates. Mike Joly, Cynthia Snow. Judy 
O'Donnell, June Sullivan 



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Important school issues are discussed at Council meetings. Sue Coveny, Leslie Perry, Verna Vonlderstein, Nancy Alabiso, Mark 
Donelan, Brad Cleaves, Andrea Jacobson, Elena Materia, June Sullivan, Andrew Jacobs, Chip Dewar, Judy O'Donnell, Ronald 
Hunter, Joseph Canova, and Peter Knowles 



Meeting is adjourned. Paula AuCoin, Neil Duncliffe, Marjie Shafer, John 
McClellan, Mike Curran 




As the governing body of the entire 
school, the Student Council affects all 
students. The thirty-five members of the 
Council are elected to represent the opin- 
ions of Weymouth's student body. The 
Student Council members, in their ef- 
forts to represent their classmates, de- 
velop those qualities of leadership so 
necessary for success later in life. Car- 
rying the greatest weight of responsibil- 
ity are this year's officers: Michael Joly, 
president; Michael Curran and Judy 
O'Donnell, vice-presidents; Cynthia 
Snow, recording secretary; June Sulli- 
van, corresponding secretary; and Bri- 
gita Bergs, treasurer. 

Under the guidance of Mr. West, the 
Student Council has sponsored many 
successful activities. This year, for the 
first time in the school's history, the 
Council in cooperation with the Music 
Department presented a major musical 
production Bye, Bye, Birdie. Through- 
out the year, the Council conducts sev- 
eral dances plus its annual book fair 
and talent show. The proceeds from all 
these events allow the Council to award 
a scholarship to a worthy senior. 

In addition to these profitable under- 
takings, the Council provides cafeteria 
monitors, buses to away football games, 
and ushers to various school functions. 
The efforts of the Student Council have 
aroused school spirit while enriching 
and dramatizing the school years of 
every student. 



MATH CLUB 




Math Club encourages students to examinea problem from all angles. David 
Bostwick, President; Joanne Palmieri, Vice-President; Richard Bostwick, Secre- 
tary; Paul Stonely, Treasurer 



The Math Club offers students the 
benefit of an extension of knowledge 
beyond die possibilities of class instruc- 
tion. The purpose of this club is to 
deepen and broaden the members" in- 
terest and understanding in mathema- 
tics and to pass on an appreciation of 
the values and beauties of this science. 
This is accomplished primarily through 
problem-solving sessions and student 
presentations of topics requiring re- 
search. The club's activities are nu- 
merous, however, and, under the spon- 
sorship of Mr. Swanson, span a wide 
scope of programming throughout the 
year. This year, as in past years, the 
Math Club has sponsored a team of 
outstanding math students in competi- 
tion with other schools in the Greater 
Boston Math League. In the lobby 
showcases, the club also presented a 
display of geometric configurations and 
instruments of measurement. 



Mathemagicia ns 




Solutions are often surprising ! Pauline Izdebski, Joanne 
Palmieri. Michael Oyer, Phil Gutekunst, Richard W hitney. 
Mr. Swanson 



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Future homemakers must be hostesses too. Karen Fafara, Paula 
Kunze, Janice MacQuarrie, Linda Threlfall, Ann Carroll, Linda 
Saulnier, Elaine Chalet, Cheryl Raymond 



New Horizons in the Home 



F.H.A. 



The aim of every Future Homemaker 
of America is to strive "Toward New 
Horizons." This goal is attained 
through development of character at 
home and in community life. Through 
love and understanding the members try 
to strengthen their homes. With cour- 
age and high hopes the Future Home- 
makers set out to improve community 
life. The girls with Mrs. Swain, the ad- 
visor, worked hard on a project this 
year to help make the less fortunate 
children at Wrentham State Hospital 
have a joyous Christmas. Other club 
activities range from guest speakers and 
discussion groups to holiday parties. 
This year's officers include Dianne Mc- 
Donough, Linda Threlfall, Ann Car- 
roll, Kathleen Bacon, Martha Meuse, 
Elaine Chalet, and Cheryl Raymond. 



Through originality, members have fun and develop skills. Donna Smith, Charlotte Brunet, Janice MacQuarrie, Sandy Sheppard, 
Kathy O'Brien, Alleah Smith, Terry Scanlon, Sally Gelo, and Noel Gelo 



J.M.S.V.C 




The Humanitarians 




Another invaluable service which the J.M.S.V.C. provides to students is their willingness to act as tutor 
to any student having difficulty with courses. Their tutors give much of their free time so that others 
succeed better at their academic work. 



The Junior Moral and Spiritual Val- 
ues Committee gives students at Wey- 
mouth High School an opportunity to 
serve their school and community. 
Members of this volunteer service group, 
under the direction of Mrs. Magraw, 
find many areas in which to share their 
talents with others. Within the school 
the committee maintains the bulletin 
boards and conducts an annual orienta- 
tion program in the junior high schools. 
In addition, a student to student tutor- 
ing program aids pupils who have fall- 
en behind in their class work. 

However, Junior Values activities are 
not limited only to the school. The 
main body of members is divided into 



subcommittees specializing in a particu- 
lar service to the community. Students 
active in the hospital committee work 
weekly at local nursing homes and pre- 
pare small gifts for handicapped pa- 
tients in nearby hospitals. In addition, 
the committee for the blind strives to 
understand and befriend the blind. 

This year the membership has greatly 
increased. More working members 
have allowed the group to expand in 
several ways. For example, an Interna- 
tional Goodwill Week was initiated by 
the committee to strengthen foreign rela- 
tions at the student level. "In Giving 
We Grow" expresses the ultimate goal 
of Junior Values-students acquiring the 
ability to give of themselves while re- 
ceiving immeasurable personal benefits. 




The high school fairly hummed with 
activity during International Good- 
will Week when Weymouth hosted 
foreign visitors. Peter Rosenthal 
and Mabel Ford 



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Jim Corrigan has learned to feel ateasewhen speaking before 
a group; this is one of the assets of participating in this 
extra-curricular activity. 




Each foreign visitor introduced himself during International Goodwill 
Week with a greeting in his native tongue. 



The J.M.S.V.C. shown here making plans for International Goodwill 
Week. Carolyn Elder, Judy Robinson, Brad Cleaves, Ruth Lingenfelter. 
Jim Corrigan, Chester Ford, Linda Kreitman. and Ken Simon 




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A.V. CLUB 





The A.V. Club willingly helps any teacher in the high school to use the 
excellent audio-visual equipment which the school possesses. Richard 
Brunet and Ken Shore 



Learning through Seeing and Hearing 



The new Weymouth High School proudly boasts of its own 
television studio. Judy Riley and Bill Arvidson, members of 
the A.V. Club, could perhaps select television broadcasting as 
their future work. 




The sophomores, under Mr. Cavanaugh, learn how to care for and use valuable 
audio-visual equipment, valuable to all members of the school because of the 
dimension it adds to education. 



Nearly two hundred Weymouth stu- 
dents have received licenses for their 
skillful operation of sound projectors, 
tape recorders, and other audio-visual 
tools. These members of the Audio 
Visual Club under the direction of Mr. 
John Rudolph, supply and assist the 
faculty with the various pieces of A.V. 
equipment. The members also run tape 
recorders and projectors for students 
completing make-up work. 

Operating Weymouth High's closed 
circuit television station, WHS-TV, of- 
fers extensive training for future broad- 
casters. This year die station is pre- 
senting a weekly news program. Each 
Friday for fifteen minutes a group of 
juniors or seniors reviews the news and 
sports of the past week. In addition, 
several special programs were presented 
during the year. 



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CHESS 



CLUB 



Strategists 



Stiff competition perfects one's ability to perform under pressure and to meet 
defeat gracefully. Kenneth Tansey, Joe Benedetti, William Xaas 



Under the direction of Advisor Mr. 
Lofgren, President William Nass, Vice- 
President Kenneth Tansey, and Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Edward Henley, the 
Chess (Hub conducts a series of round- 
robin chess matches to determine its 
most skilled members. Many of these 
expert tacticians compete in tournaments 
with teams from other schools in the 
area. However, the club is not restricted 
to skilled players. In fact, the club 
hopes to encourage beginners and help 
them learn the proper chess techniques. 



OUTDOOR 



Nature's Bounty 



CLUB 



Members of the newly formed Outdoor 
Club get together to enjoy the pleasures 
and benefits of the open air. The club 
is organized into several committees 
with John Lorden as the overall chair- 
man. Mr. McKeel, with the aid of Mr. 
Daly, acts as advisor. 

Two camping trips were held in the 
spring, and braver souls went winter 
camping in New Hampshire and west- 
ern Massachusetts for several days. 
Members also planned an all-day ex- 
cursion to Mount Monadnock. 




The Outdoor Club presents a challenge to outdoor enthusiasts. Mr. McKeel, Robert 
Johansen, Douglas Franklin, Leonard Robinson, Phil Marston 



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DEBATE 

CLUB 

Argument with a Purpose 




The Debate Club develops both the 
oratorical and thinking abilities of the 
forensically gifted students at Wey- 
mouth. Success in debating demands 
spontaneous thinking and clarity of ex- 
pression, two valuable qualities in any 
field of work. 

All members have an equal status in 
the club's organization. Each member 
works under the skillful direction of 
Miss Crocker and contributes his share 
to the team. 

The reputation of the club has been 
enhanced by their performance at Dart- 
mouth and in the Columbia Debate 
Tournament. All members are given 
the chance to practice their skills by 
participating in the debate sponsored by 
the South Shore Debating League. 
Competent debaters result from students 
who are willing to perfect their argu- 
mentative powers. 

Following such an astonishing year 
of good fortune, the team hopes to in- 
spire the juniors with their spirit of 
success. 



Pre-debate tension is reflected in the faces of Al Lash, Kevin Matthews, 
Douglas Franklin, Jonathan Forest, Annetta Emery, John Olson, Karen 
Bergfors. and Miss Crocker. 





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Even in defeat, the debater is rewarded by the knowledge that his 
opinion has been heard. Karen Bergfors, Douglas Franklin, Kris- 
tine Bertram, Jonathan Forest, Annetta Emery, John Olson. Miss 
Crocker, Kevin Matthews, and Sean Mulready 




Debating offers to each person an opportunity to express himself. 
Donald Berry, Al Lash, and Douglas Tilden 



In order to compete in a tournament, a debater must complete a 
great deal of preparation. Sue Yetman, Karen Bergfors. Karen 
Cook, Mary Peshek, Nancy Fulton, Alice Melinis. Pauline Izdebski. 
Joanne Palmieri. John Olson, Kevin Matthews, and Walter Lofgren 



REFLECTOR STAFF 



Literary Giants 




Under the expert guidance of Miss 
Andem, Judy Riley, editor, and Diane 
Roberts, assistant editor, work to direct 
the publication of our school paper, the 
Reflector. Writing for the Reflector af- 
fords students the opportunity to demon- 
strate their literary talents and creative 
abilities. Students are urged to submit 
poems, essays, and stories; these com- 
prise the main body of the magazine. 
Besides the literary articles, the Reflector 
includes coverage on sports, outstand- 
ing clubs and drama activities, as well 
as amusing question polls. The art 
staff, directed by Mr. Chop, is respon- 
sible for the excellent photography and 
drawings which accompany the articles. 
To finance this school magazine the 
members of die advertising staff solicit 
ads from surrounding businesses. Mr. 
Roberts' skill in business matters is 
utilized here. Copies of the Reflector are 
printed by the Vocational High School 
print shop three times a year and dis- 
tributed to the students. Columbia Uni- 
versity rates the Reflector as a first place 
category magazine. Weymouth is 
proud of this excellence. 



Encouraging literary pursuits is fundamental to the success of 
the Reflector. Judith Riley, Editor-in-Chief, and Miss Andem. 
Advisor 




The many original illustrations of their magazine are skillfully created by the Reflector Art Staff. Paula Dugas, Stephen Rand, 
Alec Hall, Thomas Ward, Mr. Chop, Barbara Wilson 



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Literary publications offer an insight into accomplished writing. Susan Parker, Susan Baird, Barbara Holbrook, Jacqueline Ding- 
wall, Judith Rilev, John Pye, Hugh Delehantv 




The creative talents of art are also encouraged in the Reflector. Paula Dugas, David 
Dowling, Joseph McSheffrey 



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Realizing that dedicated, well-educated 
teachers are continually in demand, the 
Future Teachers of America Club en- 
ables its members to learn as much 
about their future profession as pos- 
sible. At each of the monthly meetings, 
guest speakers are invited to discuss the 
merits and drawbacks of the various 
grade levels. Twice during the year, 
club members are allowed to observe 
teaching methods of a chosen grade at 
several local schools. Directed by Miss 
Pearson, the officers are Elizabeth Gil- 
bert, President; Judith Slattery, Vice- 
President; Karen Kalaijian, Secretary; 
Maribeth Mahler, Treasurer; and Kath- 
leen Mortenson, Program Chairman. 



F.T.A. 





Miss Pearson, an excellent teacher herself, generously draws upon her experiences 
to instruct future teachers. Miss Dorothy Pearson, Betsy Gilbert, and Mary Beth 
Mahler 




The Future Teachers act as hosts to a number of people in the field of education. Elaine Dwyer, 
Robert Johnson, Pat Mjelde, Kathy Mortinson, Debbie Devlin, Kathy Davis, Kathy Brady, 
Betty Mulligan, Kathy O'Brien, Joan Gilbert, and Janice Jacka 



To Teach Is To Be Rewarded 




Future Teachers receive experience by working in actual classroom situations. This invaluable experience gives 
them a taste of the pleasure that lies ahead. 



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BAND AND 




ORCHESTRA 



Music: The Universal Language 




". . .and the band plays on." Larry Young, Edmund Doyle, Dennis 
Hurlev, Stephen Adjms. Ronnie Parkinson, Carye Brayton, Robert Howe 



Playing musical instruments releases tensions and displays 
talents. Frank Tonis, Michael Gray, Ted Wheeler 



The Weymouth High School Band provides an opportunity for interested students to develop their musical ability. One of the 
many activities in which the band participated was an exchange concert in March. 
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The talented musicians of Weymouth 
High School find an excellent outlet for 
their abilities in the Band and Orchestra. 
Members have the opportunity to de- 
velop and refine their skills through the 
challenge of various music forms, there- 
by gaining a sense of personal achieve- 
ment and individual satisfaction. 

The band, directed by Mr. Warren, 
offers a wide program of activities 
throughout the school year. For a 
smaller group of students, the orches- 
tra, conducted by Mr. Burke, offers a 
more varied and intimate musical pro- 
gram than could be possible in the 
band. In the fall the band inspires 
school spirit at football games. Their 
half-time shows have been noted for 
their imaginative and finely-executed 
maneuvers. Veterans' Day and Memo- 
rial Day mark two more red-letter days 
in the band's schedule. On these occa- 
sions the band marches in the town 
parade. It also participates in several 
assemblies during the year and finishes 
its year by playing at graduation exer- 
cises. 

Every spring a concert is performed 
by the band and orchestra — a fine pro- 
gram of accomplished music. The au- 
dience always has an enjoyable evening. 
This year the music department has 
once again sponsored an exchange con- 
cert. 




The music makers of Weymouth High School practice. 




The virtuosos of Weymouth High School perform. 




The members of the orchestra concentrate their efforts on pop music. 




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Mr. "A" knows just how to bring the best of sounds from each student, 
and the Glee Club members appreciate his ability. 

" With a Song in My Heart " 

CHORUS 




GLEE CLUB 



Music swells from several sources at 
Weymouth High School. A large glee 
club which meets twice a week offers 
girls an opportunity to develop their 
musical reading skills. Boys who enjoy 
singing and a select number of girls 
make up the mixed chorus. Tins group 
not only performs at assemblies and 
other school functions, but also repre- 
sents the school in outside programs. 
This year for the first time, the school 
brought music to several churches in 
the town. Also, a second exchange 
concert was planned with Glastonbury, 
Connecticut, for two weekends in the 
spring. Outstanding members of the 
mixed chorus display dieir talent in the 
various music festivals such as New 
England, District, and All-State. 

At the annex, a similar mixed group 
has been organized to acquaint sopho- 
mores with the activities of the chorus 
and provide a source of entertainment 
for the students. 



All types of songs are attempted by the Chorus, some light 
and happy, some sad and deep. Elaine Fiveash, Theresa 
Giacomozzi, Meryl Meloy, Anna Leuci, Marilyn Tankard, 
Virginia Dwyer, Timothy DeCourcy, Francis Sheridan, 
Hugh Delahantv, Philip IacobaccL and fames Gutekunst 




The rewards of music as experienced by the chorus need no 
explanation. Look at those faces ! 



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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 




Indispensable to an efficient library is an efficient staff of assistants. Julie Gooch, Karen Bergfors, 
Joanne Palmieri, Kathy O'Brien, Marylou Peshek, and Judy Riley 



The World at One's Fingertips 



With qualified assistance from our 
librarians, Mrs. Diment and Miss Fay, 
the student librarians become well fa- 
miliarized with efficient library proce- 
dures. These staff members work dur- 
ing study periods as well as before and 
after school. Included among their 
various duties are learning to charge, 
card, and shelve books; writing overdue 
notices and checking in magazines are 
further responsibilities. They are most 
helpful to their fellow students in finding 
reference materials and locating specific 
books. Working in the school library 
is a valuable experience, especially to 
students considering a career in this 
field. 




Miss Fay relies on the library assistants for all manner of work. She knows how 
dependable her assistants are. Barbara Wilson, Sue Coveney, Pat Minahan. and 
Lorraine Morgan 




Mrs. Diment hopes that the knowledge gained by library assistants will make them 
more successful in later life. Francis Sheppard, John Pve, Nancy W illiams. Mari- 
lyn Jackson, Mrs. Diment, Alice Melinis, and Shervl Milligan 



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SOPHOMORE 

ACTIVITIES 



Where the 

Action Is 



The High School Annex is the hack- 
ground for the initial year of a Wey- 
mouth student's secondary education. 
As part of their background, sopho- 
mores are presented with a wide variety 
of activities which allow them to develop 
their interests. When they move to the 
high school, they are better equipped to 
participate in clubs offering them worth- 
while experiences. 

Many clubs at the Annex offer an 
educational stimulus. Linguists may 
choose to join the French or Spanish 
Club. Future strategists match their 
wits at chess. Those interested in audio 
visual work cooperate with the high 
school to provide the sophomores with 
materials and equipment. 

Creative sophomores display their tal- 
ents through the Drama Club and Cho- 
rus. The abilities of the Drama Club 
are well represented in An Evening of 
One Act Plays as well as in the sopho- 
more talent show. The musical groups 
at the Annex strive to acquaint the stu- 
dents with music so that they may use 
any talent they possess to represent our 
school in later years. 

All of the Annex activities show the 
outstanding current of school spirit de- 
veloping in our sophomore class. The 
upper classmen hope they will continue 
to enjoy the facets of extra-curricular 
activities and contribute their abilities 
to the prestige of Weymouth High. 



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The Spanish Club, an active sophomore group, encourages students to think on an interna- 
tional scale. 




The French Club develops exciting and first-hand knowledge of the French people and 
their language. Mrs. Adams relies on the officers of the French Club for a smooth- 
running organization. 




The French Club often supplements meetings with entertaining and informative Drama Club members did an able job in their one-act 
guests. All conversations are, of course, in French. play and the comedy Mrs. McThing. 



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Strong motivation and moral fortitude are essential to a nurse. Officers are Carol Darling, Mary Noonan, Marjorie Shafer, and 
Gall Sandburg. Mrs. Hoyle, adviser, shares her skills and knowledge with members. 



F.N.A. First Rate First Aid 



Girls who are interested in medicine 
find that Weymouth High's Future 
Nurses' Club acquaints them with the 
many careers offered in nursing today. 
Under the able direction of Mrs. Hoyle, 
the club holds informative monthly 
meetings in the health office. On occa- 
sion the club will listen to a guest speak- 
er discuss some facet of the nursing field. 

Carol Darling, Mary Noonan, Mar- 
jorie Shafer, and Gail Sandburg lead 
the club and plan such events as trips 
to hospitals and nursing schools. 

Many of the girls perform volunteer 
work at local hospitals in an effort to 
learn even more about their chosen 
profession. Members of this club are 
training for one of the most dramatic 
and rewarding professions. 




Knowledge in the art of first aid is required for nursing. 
Officer Riley, Ruth Brown, Sandra DePari, Challen Stow- 
ers, Carol Darling, Anna Leuci 



THEATRE ARTS 



"All the World Is a Stage" 



Some of the students of Weymouth 
High School exhibit a fondness for the 
Fine Arts. These students spend many 
of their waking hours pursuing any 
and every means of increasing their ex- 
posure to the stage and its crafts. Un- 
fortunately, until this year, little in Wey- 
mouth High School could help them. 
Their endeavors seemed empty; their 
rewards, only minimal. 

Now students have seen the realiza- 
tion of their dream — The Theatre Arts 
Club. Under the advisorship of Mr. 
McCarthy and Miss Kovak, the club 
developed rapidly. They sponsored an 
Evening of One-Act Plays and an even- 
ing of folk music, both tremendously 
successful. So that each man could ex- 
plore his own center of interest, the 
club was divided into more specific 
groups: music, drama, theater techni- 
ques, ballet, and films. The group was 
often visited during the year by a prom- 
inent entertainer or more often just or- 
dinary talent. 




The Theater Arts Club produced an evening of One-Act-Plays. Jane Mc- 
Clung, Mr. McCarthy, Miss Kovac, Wanda Adams, Cheryl Raymond, Steve 
Ryder, Marilyn MacFawn, Diane Roberts, Donald Berry 




The meetings of the Theater Arts Club are extremely entertaining. When the members of the Theater Arts Club assemble, the 
results can be hilarious. 



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172 



SKI CLUB 




Miss Jacobson stands with a "few" members of the Ski Club. You can almost feel the 
good health their activities produce. 

Trail Blazers 

A snowy slope is the setting for all the 
activities of the Ski Club. With the first 
hint of cold weather and the ensuing 
snow, eager members begin to wax 
their skis and shine their poles. Miss 
Jacobson, the club's advisor, plans with 
the officers, William Scott, Robert Jut- 
strom, and Frank Tonis, trips to vari- 
ous ski areas. The club members make 
weekly trips to the Blue Hills' slopes in 
Canton. Furthermore, Weymouth ski- 
ers have visited and tested the slopes 
and trails of such ski areas as Crotchet 
Mountain and Haystack. 

For some members, the Ski Club of- 
fers the opportunity to learn a new 
sport. At the club's weekly meetings, 
guest speakers and films instruct the 
members in the proper skiing techni- 
ques. On the slopes experience mem- 
bers help the novice members develop 
their skiing skills. 




If there's snow somewhere in New England, 
the Ski Club will find it. Bob Jutstrom and 
Bill Scott plan the next weekend trip. 



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F.B.L.A. 



The Making of an Executive 1966 




President Patricia Thomas has been most successful in inspiring enthusiasm in the club members this year. 



The Future Business Leaders of 
America is a club which attempts to bet- 
ter acquaint its members with the busi- 
ness world. Under the direction of Miss 
MacFarlane and the club officers, Presi- 
dent, Patricia Thomas; Vice-Presidents, 
Joyce Reardon and Pauline Stanley; 
Secretary, Mary Pettograsso; Treasurer, 
Maureen McGaughey; and Recorder, 
Kathleen Nash, the F.B.L.A. conducts 
monthly meetings and plans tours to 
various business facilities in the area. 

This year they enjoyed an educational 
visit to the I.B.M. Corporation in Bos- 
ton. Speakers from corporations such 
as I.B.M. and schools like Katharine 
Gibbs Secretarial School highlight the 
club's meeting. In addition, the club 
hosted a representative from the Mans- 
field Beauty Academy dirough whom 
they learned of careers in cosmetology. 
They gained practical and valuable 
knowledge through the advice of an in- 
surance company representative. Their 
annual activities include socials at 
Christmas and in June and the award- 
ing of a typewriter to an outstanding 
business senior at the end of the year. 




Through informal discussion, members become better acquainted with the business 
world. 



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DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 



Merck a ndise Ma nagers 



The Distributive Education Club of 
America is a national organization 
broken down into school and state lev- 
els. The club offers to its members at 
school the opportunity to learn about 
the field of marketing. 

At state conferences the state delegates 
discuss methods of earning money 
which will lead them on to compete at 
the annual national conference in Chi- 
cago. Working under Mrs. Doucette's 
direction the officers are: President, 
Mary McCulloch; Vice-President, Ann 
Orlando; Secretary, Jane McCulloch; 
and Treasurer, Rita Nilsson. 




The Distributive Education program prepares students in the field of personal relations and mer- 
chandising. Robert Galotti, Terry Jones, Cindy Newton, Dorothy Adams, Jane McCullock, Rita 
Neilsin, and Cathy Pitts 

DRIVER EDUCATION 



Highway Safety 




Mr. 'Byrne and Mr. Whittmore 
teach Weymouth's students the correct 
driving procedures. This instruction 
takes place in school and on the road. 
In the classroom, students learn the 
laws of the road along with the funda- 
mentals of the engine. On the road, 
students put into use the skills acquired 
in the classroom. Truly, these classes 
prepare every pupil for taking a place 
on our highways. 



Prospective drivers learn in the classroom the good driving habits essential to highway 
safety. 



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The members of this club strive for good horsemanship at all times. Numerous riding 
jaunts are taken throughout the year. 

RIDING CLUB 




In its third active year the Equestrian 
Club offers to interested members the 
prospect of many afternoon riding ex- 
cursions in the Blue Hills. Under the 
supervision and guidance of Mr. Robert 
O'Meara, the members learn the princi- 
ples ol good horsemanship and sports- 
manship. Each member of the organi- 
zation rides and cares for a horse at 
least once every week. 

This year the club took on a new 
dimension by opening membership to 
boys. 

Numerous social events were planned 
by die members, the chief being a day 
long ride in the spring. 

The membership of this new club is 
continually increasing, and its future 
promises to be both profitable and self- 
satisfying for all members. 



"Happy Trails to You" 




Active participation in this sport demonstrates each student "s enjoyment of riding in the out-of-doors. 



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I 




Under Brigita's guidance the faculty staff must 
compose write-ups for the Weymouth High 
School teachers. Cheryl Mansfield. Brigita 
Bergs, Sandy DePari 





The editors of the Campus, together with Mr. Dow, are responsible for 
keeping the show on the road. Mr. Dow, Dave Bostwick, Dick Whitney, 
Kathv Mortenson 



The photography staff assists Mr. Hobbs in 
taking pictures for Campus. Editor Pete 
Knowles, Xeil Duncliffe. Kathv Wentzel 




CAMPUS 



Our yearbook, the Campus, blends 
the activities of the three different classes 
into a single story. This publication 
has special significence, though, for sen- 
iors, since it mirrors the experiences of 
their final year at Weymouth " High 
School. The pages of the Campus will 
reflect for years to come the excitement 
of the athletic events, extracurricular ac- 
tivities, social events, and academic un- 
dertakings of the Class of 1966. Only 
a dedicated and hard-working staff can 
produce a yearbook of the quality of 
ours. Truly, the efforts of the Campus 
Staff have not been in vain. In addi- 
tion to producing a fine book, the staff 



The Campus secretaries are always cheerfully 
efficient. Head Secretary Shirley Bates, Sally 
Mclver. Maureen McGaughey, Linda Sample 




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The business managers accurately balance the books. Business 
Manager Joan Kelly and her assistants Lynn Massey and Bob 
Cruichshanks 

has gained much that cannot be meas- 
ured. They have developed the capa- 
city, not only to get along with others, 
but to work together as a team; they 
have learned to lead and to follow; 
thev have accepted the responsibilities 
of school and community citizenship; 
and they have become aware of the dif- 
ference between fact and opinion. Final- 
ly, their efforts have increased their sell- 
respect and given them a strong sense 
of belonging. Many students and teach- 
ers will leave Weymouth High School, 
but the Class of 1966 will always re- 
main at least in spirit in the form of 
this year's Campus. 




A deep sense of responsibility is essential to members of the sales staff. 
Al Lash, Marilyn MacFawn, George Watson, and Joe Totman 



Our smiling typists always meet their deadlines. Mary Pettograsso, 
Pauline Stanley, Diane Haley, Head Secretary Debbie Knudsen 




Merely interviewing all members of the senior class is a monumental task for the senior staff. Laura Ferrisi, Pam Mott. Editor 
Karen Kalaijian, Robert Tekin, Arlene Treacy, Marie Bugbee, Linda McDonnell, and Linda Griggs 





Diane Haley, Karen Kalaijian. Stephen Pinzari, Julie Gooch 

The feature staff: Linda Kreitman, Feature Staff Editor, Julie Gooch, 
Linda Threlfall, Kathy Bacon, Marilyn Mac Fawn, Donna Martell 




Claudette Clarke, Literary Staff Editor, Wanda Adams, Anna Leuci, Carolyn Elder, Beryl Ruchti 



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Sophomore Sales Staff, although working at a disadvantage, did all they could to 
encourage sophomore purchase of Campus. 



r 



Kathyrn McGiynn, Lynn Victor, Meryl Meloy, Copy 
Staff Editor, Marcia Conroy 




Sophomore Campus Staff learning the "ropes' 





Marcia Young, Sports Co-Editor, Elaine Chalet, William J. 
Murphy, Sports Co- Editor, and Verna Von Iderstein 



The enormous task of selling yearbooks is in the hands of our Sales Staff. 
Joseph Totman, Sales Manager, Irene Xassov, Donna Belcastro 



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CREAM OF THE CROP 



George Andersen 

football and basketball teams 

Co-captain All-Scholastic team 

Linda Darling 

An outstanding business student 
high honor roll 

Cameron Devvar 

junior and senior Class President 
Co-captain basketball team 

Chester Ford 
Chairman, J.M.S.V.C. 
Harvard Club Prize Book 

Stephen Gregg 

Co-captain basketball and track 
Class Marshal 



Cynthia Howe 

Chorale, Chorus, and Glee Club 
All-State District Festival 

Andrew Jacobs 

Co-captain of the wrestling team 
Class Marshal 

Michael Joly 

President, Student Council 
Vice-president, senior class 

Dianne McDonough 
Outstanding in home economics 
President, Future Homemakers 

Neil McGonagle 

President of the Band 

Greater Boston Youth Symphony 



Judith Riley 

Editor-in-Chief, Re/lector 
Future Teachers of America 

Richard Whitney 
Editor-in-Chief, Campus 
Captain of the tennis team 

Marcia Young 

Sports Editor, Campus 

Cheerleader 



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HIGHLIGHTS 





A lot of effort goes into the production of such a play as "Bye, Bye, 
Birdie" Jane Ferguson, Brad Cleaves 



BYE. BYE 



\ 



BIRDIE 



The finished product is the result of group cooperation. 



Long hours of rehearsal are important factors in any successful play. 
Donald Berry, Jean Bunner 




In the fall of 1965 Weymouth High 
School students performed the musical 
production Bye, Bye, Birdie. Sponsored 
by the Student Council and produced 
and directed by Miss Kovak and Mr. 
Aliapoulios, this musical was surely 
one of the most heart-warming and self- 
satisfying events of the school year. 
From the character roles to the chorus, 
and from the pit orchestra to the stage 
crew, this program probably had the 
greatest scope of any event ever held at 
Weymouth High. 




The Teacher Memorial Dedication was an inspiring event. Mr. Kelly, Mr. Whittle, Mr. Dwyer. 
Miss Dorothy Meyer 

TEACHER 
MEMORIAL 

DEDICATION 



Speeches by several distinguished guests 
were part of the dedication ceremony. Mr. 
Whittle 



A mixed choral group lent an entertaining note to the ceremony. 



In one of the courtyards of the high 
school stands an obelisk, a memorial 
to all deceased teachers of Weymouth 
schools. Mr. William Wyman, the artist 
who designed the monument, covered it 
with symbols indicative of many aspects 
of education. The simple but beautiful 
ceremony of dedication took place this 
fall. Mr. Richard Dwyer, president of 
Weymouth Teacher's Association, led 
the ceremonies. 




ONE ACT PLAYS 




Sophomores prepare for the acting opportunities that will be given to them in future 
years. Judy Doble, Kathy Daley, Tom Watson 

A great deal of talent and preparation go into the production of a 
play worthy of capturing the emotions ol the audience. Mary Anne 
Laffey, Steve Ryder 



m 




The Theatre Arts Club presented An 
Evening of One Act Plays on January 
14, 1966. Each class had their own 
play, cast, and directors. The sopho- 
more class presented a scene from The 
Lesson. The junior class offered the 
delightful The Wonder Hat. The senior 
class presented the serious drama 
Mooncalf Mugford, which represented 
Weymouth High well in the Massachu- 
setts Regional Drama Festival. After 
the three excellent performances, the au- 
dience selected those individuals whom 
they felt gave an impressive perform- 
ance. Those talented actors and actress- 
es selected were Judy Doble, Carl Stone, 
John Olson, Mary Ann Laffey, and 
Steven Ryder. 




A sincere effort by members of the cast produces a most 
delightful result. 



INTERNATIONAL 

GOODWILL WEEK 





Weymouth High's students form a reception 
line to greet our international guests. 



January 17th through the 21st was 
International Goodwill Week. The va- 
rious service organizations at Wey- 
mouth High School, under the supervi- 
sion of Mrs. MaGraw and the Jr. Moral 
and Spiritual Values Committee, spon- 
sored a program to instill in students 
the truth "Peace through Understand- 
ing." Included in the plans for the 
week was a daily international menu 
and a display of goodwill posters 
throughout the school. The highlight of 
Our international guests participate in our Goodwill Assembly. the week occurred on Friday, Januarv 

21, the day Weymouth High was the 
proud host to 22 international guests. 
Foreign students enjoy international dish prepared by cafeteria staff. 




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EXCHANGE 
CONCERT 



Weymouth High School hosted Glastonbury 
High School of Connecticut for an exchange 
concert the weekend of March 12. One hundred 
and fifty of the Glastonbury chorus and band 
and one hundred and fifty of the Weymouth 
chorus and band combined to present a varied 
musical program. Glastonbury High's chorus 




The Exchange Concert provides musical as well as personal enrichment. 




The Glastonbury musicians rendered fellowship and musical harmony. 

The experience of sharing new ideas and different back- 
grounds contributed to the widening of our students' per- 
spectives. 




presented "Choose Something Like a Star" by 
Thompson and "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling 
Place" by Brahms. The band played "Rhapso- 
dic Essay" by Cacavas and "Toccata" by 
Frescolaldi. Weymouth High's chorus sang 
"The Last Words of David" by Thompson and 
"Roll Jordan Roll" arranged by Gillum. The 
band presented "Prelude and Fugue in G Minor" 
by Bach and "Casa Grande" by Gass. 



IN MEMORIAM 






For thirty-one years Mr. Walter 
Gutterson served in both the Social Stud- 
ies and Guidance Departments of Wey- 
mouth High. Students will always re- 
member his helping them to plan ahead 
for a bright and rewarding future. 



One of the foremost physical fitness 
authorities in America was lost with the 
passing of Leo Hayes last summer. 
Football line coach, assistant coach of 
the boys' gymnastic team, head of the 
weightlifting and body building pro- 
gram, and author of many articles, 
Mr. Hayes is sorely missed at Wey- 
mouth High. 



During his forty years at Weymouth, 
Mr. John Gannon, an example of the 
dedication in the teaching profession, 
helped to widen the goals and careers 
of his students, constantly emphasizing 
to them the importance of doing well in 
school and in their future lives. 




INDEX 



Acknowledgments 

Administration 

Athletic Banquet 

Audio-Visual 

Band 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Cafeteria Personnel 

Campus 

Cheerleaders 

Chess Club 

Chorus 

Class Officers 

Clerical 

Conclusion 

Cream of the Crop 

Custodians 

Debate Club 

Dedication 

Distributive Education 
Driver Education 
Drum Majorettes 
Equestrian Club 
Faculty 
Football 

Future Business Leaders of America 

Future Homemakers of America 

Future Nurses of America 

Future Teachers of America 
190 



191 


Glee Club 


166 


6-7 


Graduates 


60-146 


59 


Guidance 


27 


157 


Gym Classes 


56-57 


164 


Gymnastic Teams 


46-47 


52-53 


Highlights 


184-188 


40-42 


Hockey 


44-45 


30 


Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee 


154-155 


178-181 


Key Club 


149 


34 


Library Assistants 


167 


158 


Math Club 


153 


166 


Orchestra 


165 


61 


Outdoor Club 


ICO 

158 


29 


l ep l>luo 




192 


Reflect ot' 


i fin i fii 

1 DU- 1 1 


182-183 


Retirement 


28 


31 


Ski Club 


173 


159 


Sophomore Activities 


168-169 


4 


Specialists 


32 


175 


Staff 


191 


175 


Student Council 


150-151 


39 


Student Memoriam 


147 


176 


Teacher Memoriam 


189 


8-26 


Tennis 


54-55 


35-38 


Theatre Arts Club 


171 


174 


Theme 


1 


152 


Track 


48-51 


170 


Weightlifting 


58 


162 


Wrestling 


43 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



We, the 1966 Campus Staff owe our 
success to the willing assistance of count- 
less people. In a large sense, without 
the aid of interested friends, the produc- 
tion of our fine yearbook would have 
been impossible. To name all the in- 
dividuals involved would be impossible. 
However, due to their special efforts, 
several deserve to be recognized; the 
Administration, Faculty, and Staff of 
Weymouth High School and the Annex, 
whose cooperation greatly eased our 



task; the Print Shop of the Vocational 
Technical High School which prepared 
the beautiful colored pages in the senior 
section, a new feature this year; Mr. 
and Mrs. John Hobbs, our photograph- 
ers and special friends, whose patience 
during the year never waned; Mr. Chop, 
who inspired the artistic aspects of our 
publication; and especially Mr. Roger 
J. P. Dow, whose enthusiasm for, co- 
operation with, and dedication to the 
Campus Staff has inspired each of us. 



1966 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief: 

Richard Whitney 

Assistant Editors: 
David Bostwick 
Kathleen Mortenson 



Literary Editory: 

Claudette Clarke 

Senior Editor: 

Karen Kalaijian 



Feature Editor: 

Linda Kreitman 



Wanda Adams. John Beggy, Carolyn Elder, Anna Leuci, Beryl Ruchti 



Laura Ferrisi, Linda Griggs, Mary Liquori, Jan Mancinelli, Linda Mc- 
Donnell, Pamela Mott, Robert Tekin, Arlene Treacy 



Kathleen Bacon, John Glover, Julie Gooch, Donna Martell, Linda Threl- 
fall 



Faculty Editor: 
Brigita Bergs 

Sports Co- Editors: 

William J. Murphv 
Marcia Young 

Copy Editor: 

Meryl Meloy 

Art Co- Editors: 

Jeanne Murphv 
Cynthia Snow 

Photography Editor: 
Peter Knowles 

Business Manager: 
Joan Kelly 

Sales Managers: 
Al Lash 

Joseph Totman 
George Watson 

Supervisors of Secretaries: 
Shirley Bates 
Deborah Knudsen 



Sandra DePari, Virginia Dwyer, Cheryl Mansfield 



Elaine Chalet, Verna Von Iderstein 



Marie Bugbee, Marcia Conroy, Kathryn McGlynn, Lynn Victor 



Cynthia Howe, Barbara Popken, Terrance Power 



Neil Duncliffe, Donald Lagasse, Kathyrn Wentzel 



Evelyn Massey, Robert Cruickshanks 



Catherine Lutz, Marilyn Mac Fawn 



Diane Haley, Maureen McGaughey, Sally Mclver, Mary Pettograsso, 
Linda Sample, Pauline Stanley 



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We have endeavoured to put drama 
and imagination into a journey of learn- 
ing. In the process we have gained a 
vast and active store of memories and 
ideals that will prompt a continuing rich 
and meaningful life. Also, we have 
been given a growing desire for further 
enlightenment so that we may examine 
our lives with a greater sincerity and 
thus find our place in this competitive 
world. 

Our knowledge enhances our inherent 
traits and abilities and has helped us to 
discover the many varied interests that 
comprise our lives. Many of us have 
found exciting and gratifying places 
within the school curriculum and activi- 



ties and have reached beyond the school 
to great accomplishments in civic or- 
ganizations. The future is our domain, 
and we are prepared for the many tasks 
it will require of us. 

But our education has not been only 
a period ol preparation and idea-taking. 
It has also pointed us toward personal 
happiness. The promise is dramatic 
and assuring. It is coupled with respon- 
sibilities and dependent upon moral 
strength. 

We will meet the challenge and reap 
the rewards. But now the curtain rises 
to this future. The house lights dim; we 
step on stage for the most important 
role of all. 



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